“Their parents obviously aren’t in Pennsylvania, so I don’t know how they’re going to get where their parents are,” said Monica Ruiz, a Latino community organizer with Casa San Jose in Pittsburgh’s South Hills.
“Holy Family isn’t a bad place. But these kids are still not with their families,” Ruiz said. “The kids should be immediately reunited with their families, and those families should be able to get out on bond because they’re looking for asylum.” Read the full article here.
Natasha Lindstrom, Triblive, June 21, 2018.
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