Trump thinks this grandma is a threat to our country

In October 2013, shortly before Reyhaneh Sepehr of Milwaukee gave birth to her first child, her mother, Fatemeh Astaneh, arrived from Iran.

“My mom was my savior!” says Reyhaneh, a biomedical engineer who came to the United States with her husband, Ali Dashti, in 2010 so they could pursue doctorates at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. “With no experience, I would have drowned in exhaustion and depression.”

Latest articles

“Do anything to stop this”

Thanks to everyone who read and commented on my in-depth story about a grandmother in Houston, Stephanie Johnson, who lost her daughter to domestic violence and is now fighting for the right to see her grandson. Here’s one comment I think everyone should see.