Former immigrant shelter worker says he was told to separate hugging siblings
ATLANTA -- When Antar Davidson was ordered to separate two brothers and a sister tightly hugging each other, he realized his time as a youth care worker at an Arizona immigrant children's shelter was coming to an end. "I was told that they should not be able to hug," said Davidson, "and (I) basically realized that being in Southwest Key would mean -- continuing to remain there, despite the good I was doing -- would mean that I had basically come up to doing things I felt were morally wrong."