Grandmothers Caravan to US-Mexico Border to Demand Immigrant Families Be Reunited

A group of New York state grandmothers embarked on a six-day, six-city caravan tour to the U.S.-Mexico border to demand an immediate return of all immigrant children to their families, and to protest a policy of indefinite family detention. Their message, through rallies, vigils, potlucks and song, is simple: if an older person can trek the country to demand change, so can you. VOA’s Ramon Taylor reports from New York.