EP31: Getting Proactive About Child Immigration

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Martha Gonzalez-Cortes

Martha Gonzalez-Cortes, is Senior Vice President of Community Investment at Kalamazoo Community Foundation in Michigan. She has a deep working knowledge of immigration policy issues, and a passion for finding systemic solutions to challenges faced by immigrant and refugee families.

She speaks with us about immigrant children in the United States who have been separated from their families, and what can be done in the face of this inhumane practice.

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Posted May 7, 2019



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