On this edition of Your Call, we’ll discuss reports of deplorable conditions inside immigration detention facilities in the US.
Inspectors and advocates are warning of dangerous overcrowding – inspectors at one facility reported as many as 900 people being held in a facility designed for 125. At another facility, detainees were unable to access showers and toilets. Children are caring for infants detained with them. What's being done to address inhumane conditions inside border facilities?
Michael Garcia Bochenek, senior counsel to the Children’s Rights Division of Human Rights Watch
Toby Gialluca, a Florida-based attorney who has interviewed detained migrants
The Associated Press: Government moves migrant kids after AP exposes bad treatment