The Ongoing Crisis At The U.S.-Mexico Border NY Times reporter Caitlin Dickerson has been documenting the impact of the Trump administration's policies on migrants — and on the workers who deal with the large number of people held in detention. Dickerson talks about the squalid conditions at the Clint, Texas, border patrol center, where toddlers were living for weeks without diapers, and kids were living in cold, crowded holding areas without showers, clean clothes, toothbrushes, or enough food.

Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Farewell,' starring Awkwafina.
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The Ongoing Crisis At The U.S.-Mexico Border

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The Ongoing Crisis At The U.S.-Mexico Border

The Ongoing Crisis At The U.S.-Mexico Border

The Ongoing Crisis At The U.S.-Mexico Border

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NY Times reporter Caitlin Dickerson has been documenting the impact of the Trump administration's policies on migrants — and on the workers who deal with the large number of people held in detention. Dickerson talks about the squalid conditions at the Clint, Texas, border patrol center, where toddlers were living for weeks without diapers, and kids were living in cold, crowded holding areas without showers, clean clothes, toothbrushes, or enough food.

Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews 'The Farewell,' starring Awkwafina.