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Migrants living in a temporary shelter in Little Village

In February 2023 a dozen asylum-seekers from Central and South America lived in a donated temporary shelter converted from a Little Village storefront.

Manuel Martinez

Migrants living in a temporary shelter in Little Village

In February 2023 a dozen asylum-seekers from Central and South America lived in a donated temporary shelter converted from a Little Village storefront.

Manuel Martinez

Services, support needed as more migrants arrive in Chicago

Mayor Lightfoot and city officials are sounding the alarm as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott prepares to bus more migrants to Chicago starting Monday.

In February 2023 a dozen asylum-seekers from Central and South America lived in a donated temporary shelter converted from a Little Village storefront.

Manuel Martinez

   

Recently arrived asylum seekers, including children, are sleeping on the floor of police stations as the city and aid organizations struggle to provide housing and services to an increasing number of migrants arriving from Central and South America.

Reset hears from groups working on the ground to help migrants in Chicago.

GUESTS: Laura Mendoza, immigration organizer, The Resurrection Project

Mario Garcia, executive director of Onward Neighborhood House

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