Torn Apart 2: The Moral Dilemma of Juan Sanchez Juan Sanchez is the CEO of Southwest Key Programs, a nonprofit that runs shelters for immigrant minors in the United States. He has been criticized for sheltering kids under Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy and making a profit. Southwest Key has received nearly $1 billion in government contracts, and Sanchez's compensation was nearly $1.5 million last year. The company was criticized even more after reports of sexual misconduct in its shelters. And yet, Sanchez's bio depicts a different narrative—that of a social justice champion praised by multiple Latino advocacy organizations. Which story is right?
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Torn Apart 2: The Moral Dilemma of Juan Sanchez

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Torn Apart 2: The Moral Dilemma of Juan Sanchez

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Juan Sanchez is the CEO of Southwest Key Programs, a nonprofit that runs shelters for immigrant minors in the United States. He has been criticized for sheltering kids under Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy and making a profit. Southwest Key has received nearly $1 billion in government contracts, and Sanchez's compensation was nearly $1.5 million last year. The company was criticized even more after reports of sexual misconduct in its shelters. And yet, Sanchez's bio depicts a different narrative—that of a social justice champion praised by multiple Latino advocacy organizations. Which story is right?