Cheryl Little, executive director of Americans for Immigrant Justice, (center) with siblings Melissa and Oscar, who are among thousands of undocumented minors who have come to the United States from Central America.
Cheryl Little, executive director of Americans for Immigrant Justice, (center) with siblings Melissa and Oscar, who are among thousands of undocumented minors who have come to the United States from Central America. Roberto Koltun el Nuevo Herald
Cheryl Little, executive director of Americans for Immigrant Justice, (center) with siblings Melissa and Oscar, who are among thousands of undocumented minors who have come to the United States from Central America. Roberto Koltun el Nuevo Herald

Harrowing stories from Central American children now living in Florida

October 04, 2014 5:29 PM

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