Immigrant families are still waiting to be reunited

In recent weeks hundreds of immigrant families were separated at the border by the Trump Administration have been reunited after a federal judge ordered it. Not all the families are back together today, but behind the scenes of this efforts were regular Americans who donated time and money to make some of these reunions happen faster and more smoothly. Joining us is volunteer  Janey Pearl Starks whose met dozens of immigrant families as they were reunited after months of separation.

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