Special Report: What If It Were Me? An On-The-Ground Look At Women At The Border

Edited by Alicia Barrett

April Wimberley is an attorney at Hogan Lovells, a pro-bono prisoners' advocate, and the star of our past episode #19. April recently traveled to Dilley, Texas to volunteer as a legal advocate for detained immigrant women. April recorded her reflections from each day -- from admiring the women's tremendous strength, to witnessing a mother's reunification with her two sons, to hearing the plight of women fleeing both gang violence and domestic violence. Her account inspires us all to put ourselves in the shoes of women at the border and ask, "What if it were me?"

Listen below or on iTunes - Google Play - Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts!

You can donate to help detained immigrant families here.

 

Music credits: Charlie Lewis - “Holdover”; Robert Farmer - “I Wonder What the World is Doing Now”; Robert Farmer - “We Will Not Be Shipwrecked on a Vain Reality”

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