Family Separation Crisis for Oklahoma Citizens — Especially Mothers

By Sarah Stillman via The New Yorker – On a late-October morning two years ago, Robin Steinberg stood barefoot in her apartment, on the Upper West Side, preparing to uproot her life. Her suitcases were stacked by the door, her winter coats piled in the hallway. Steinberg, a fifty-nine-year-old native New Yorker, had decided to move to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to launch a legal startup. She … Continue reading Family Separation Crisis for Oklahoma Citizens — Especially Mothers