"The test posed with Trump's "zero tolerance" policy is as much about our future as it is about the tragedy of the families separated by its implementation", Vick wrote for Time. Seeking asylum, the Honduran girl was seen crying and looking up at her mother as she was searched and questioned before the two were separated at the detention centre.
Moore told "Time" that capturing the moment of the little girl crying as her mother was searched and detained was "tough".
Time's cover story asserts that America's president is the frontman for the country and the one who dictates what kind of country we are. "But I couldn't." The editors of Time recognized the power behind the image and made a decision to use it in their latest cover. "As I finished taking these photographs, I had to stop and take a few breaths". They were later transported to a U.S. Customer and Border Protection processing center.
According to TIME, John Moore, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer for Getty Images, has been photographing immigrants crossing the U.S. -Mexico border for years. "All I wanted to do was pick her up". The photograph of the Honduran girl was just another such experience of a family trying to cross over Rio Grande's northern bank.More news: Compulsive video-game playing could be mental health problem
Donald Trump may have announced the end to his breathtakingly cruel child separation policy yesterday. The policy has drawn criticism from all over the world.
President Trump's Executive Order issued on Wednesday is meant to act as a temporary solution to the issue of child separation, allowing families to remain together while detained and awaiting adjudication.
It was a dramatic turnaround after he falsely said that his administration had no choice but to separate families apprehended at the border because of federal law and a court decision.