The world feels more dangerous than the one I used to know.
The son of immigrants, ChaCha and Apparatus alum Aman Brar has taken up the cause of international refugees in response to former Indiana Governor Pence’s 2015 ban on Syrian asylum-seekers and President Trump’s recent executive order restricting travel from seven countries.
When tens of thousands of unaccompanied children showed up at the U.S. border last year, President Obama called it a humanitarian crisis. Many of the minors remain—and a surprising number of them ended up living with relatives in the Hoosier State. Here is the story of one of those families, caught between grinding poverty in Central America and agonizing uncertainty in Central Indiana.