Volunteers who bring supplies to asylum seekers at local Greyhound station might have fewer people to greet

Volunteers meet asylum seekers at the Chicago Greyhound bus station with food, clothing, hygiene supplies and “know your rights” information.

Volunteers who bring supplies to asylum seekers at local Greyhound station might have fewer people to greet
Volunteers from the Chicago Immigrant Transit Assistance program access this storage unit to stock up on supplies to hand out to asylum seekers who are passing through Chicago's Greyhound Station. Colin McCormick
Volunteers who bring supplies to asylum seekers at local Greyhound station might have fewer people to greet
Volunteers from the Chicago Immigrant Transit Assistance program access this storage unit to stock up on supplies to hand out to asylum seekers who are passing through Chicago's Greyhound Station. Colin McCormick

Volunteers who bring supplies to asylum seekers at local Greyhound station might have fewer people to greet

Volunteers meet asylum seekers at the Chicago Greyhound bus station with food, clothing, hygiene supplies and “know your rights” information.

The Chicago Immigrant Transit Assistance program meets asylum seekers with needed supplies and services, whether they’re coming from the southern border or have been recently released from detention.

Reset checks with CITA about how recent immigration policy decisions might affect their work.

GUEST: Colin McCormick, director of the Chicago Immigrant Transit Assistance program and hotline, of the Interfaith Community for Detained Immigrants