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Government Increasingly Uses Tent Cities as Number of Migrant Kids in Custody Surge

Government Increasingly Uses Tent Cities as Number of Migrant Kids in Custody Surge

The federal government is increasing the size of tent cities in order to handle the number of unaccompanied minors in its custody. 

300 Students Killed by the Government: Mexico's 1968 Massacre and Its Echoes Today

How does the present-day Mexican student movement look back at the 1968 Tlatelolco Massacre?

New Film 'Consent' Documents the Painful Reckoning of Accuser and Accused 

A new film from Vice explores issues of consent and how restorative justice could help in decades old cases of sexual assault. 

Frozen In Time: What Older People Face After Prison

Older people face a unique set of challenges when they are released after years of incarceration. We hear from a group of men about their transition.

Guests:

Isobel Yeung

Robert Moore,

Mark Greenberg

Nahum Perez Monroy

Kate Doyle

The Fortune Society

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