San Antonio Is Temporary Home For Central African Migrants

“So getting here, a lot of people don’t know what city they’re in when they arrive. They’re also hungry, tired and they’re thirsty, so we’re just helping them reach out and get in contact with sponsors who may be able to help them on their journeys.”

By Bonnie PetrieJune 11, 2019 9:30 am, , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

Hundreds of Central African migrants, trying to escape poverty and violence, crossed the U.S. southern border the first week of June. They’re in San Antonio now trying to figure out what’s next.

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