A young immigrant who was recently reunited with his family plays with toys at a Catholic Charities facility, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, in San Antonio.  CEO Antonio Fernandez said Tuesday that his staff and volunteers have served around 20 families reunited after being separated under the U.S. government’s zero-tolerance policy for unauthorized border crossers.
A young immigrant who was recently reunited with his family plays with toys at a Catholic Charities facility, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, in San Antonio. CEO Antonio Fernandez said Tuesday that his staff and volunteers have served around 20 families reunited after being separated under the U.S. government’s zero-tolerance policy for unauthorized border crossers. Eric Gay AP
A young immigrant who was recently reunited with his family plays with toys at a Catholic Charities facility, Wednesday, July 18, 2018, in San Antonio. CEO Antonio Fernandez said Tuesday that his staff and volunteers have served around 20 families reunited after being separated under the U.S. government’s zero-tolerance policy for unauthorized border crossers. Eric Gay AP

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