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On Columbus Day, Being Undocumented in America

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On Columbus Day, Being Undocumented in America

That idea of home, of access to the American dream, is even more complicated when you are undocumented.

How Trump's Wall Would Devastate One Texas Community Struggling with Poverty

President Trump says the nation has conquered poverty. But communities like Presidio, Texas, are still struggling, and fear Trump's wall would crush its hopes for survival. 

Guests:

Emily Stewart

Jake Zuckerman

Professor Barbara Perry

Dominique Morisseau

Jose Antonio Vargas

Julissa Arce

Dave Levinthal

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