Our Children: Thoughts from #Murrieta

Najera, Rick
July 2014
La Prensa San Diego;7/11/2014, Vol. 38 Issue 28, p2
In this article, the author reflects on the unrest situation in Murrieta, California where people have carried anti-immigration protests over the U.S.-Mexico border. He mentions plan of the protestors to relocate busloads of women and children through Murrieta, reflects the situation as a humanitarian crisis and mentions views of some people who states that children who have crossed the border are now the part of the California and need proper care.


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