Why is it always the mother’s fault? Let’s stop judging Dulce Alavez’s mom in this heartbreaking missing child case. | Calavia-Robertson

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Noema Alavez Perez welcomes me into her home with a soft smile and a tired “hola.” Standing at the door of the humble duplex her parents rent in Bridgeton, wearing a t-shirt and leggings with her fuchsia hair that’s pulled into a messy bun, she looks like any of the young moms in my friends’ group. At first glance, anyway. I look more closely and can’t help but notice something much more profound — the distinct and lingering sadness in her eyes. And suddenly, it’s hard to forget why I’m here: to ask her about her little girl, the daughter who’s been missing for three years. The daughter she on…

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