Separated at the border, can families be reunited?
Clip: 06/22/2018 | 7m 3s
While hundreds of migrant children have reportedly been reunited with their parents after being forcibly separated, the complicated and chaotic situation raises doubt and fear for many. John Yang talks with Wendy Young, president of Kids in Need of Defense, and Amna Nawaz, who updates the story of a grandmother and granddaughter who crossed legally to claim asylum, and were separated.
Aired: 06/22/18Video has closed captioning.
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