How to help unaccompanied migrant children

1273 Adamson High School grad Adan Gonzalez, who now attends Georgetown University, is organizing supplies drives for unaccompanied migrant children from Honduras and El Salvador.

As many as 2,000 of the children, ages 4-16, could be housed in Dallas.

The above flier shows locations and times to donate and items needed.

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  • Spoken like a courageous, anonymous, Christian! I stand by my statement. “We” have already helped “our” children as much as is necessary. They have been sheltered. They have been clothed. They have been given food and water and medical treatment. It’s time for them to be sent back to where they began their journey. But hey, I get it…now that all of the issues in Dallas’ Latino community have been addressed, what else is there to do?

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