In "The Answer Sheet" column in the Washington PostLalitha Vasudevan, Professor of Technology and Education, writes that the detention of migrant children at the southern border is in keeping with a long tradition in the United States. “Sights and sounds of children — including understandably hysterical and confused toddlers — in cages, under constant surveillance and policing, and government officials’ bald disregard for the law and human life, ought to be viewed as a historical, and still very much alive, aspect of our country’s character.” Read the piece here.

Lalitha Vasudevan Professor of Technology & Education
Lalitha Vasudevan, Professor of Technology & Education