Meet, See and Listen to Migrant Children

Image taken from 67 Sueños Facebook Page.

Image taken from 67 Sueños Facebook Page.

The organization 67 Sueños has a San Francisco branch that will have an event this Sunday 29th, to illustrate the humanitarian crisis that many migrant children are facing in the U.S. by traveling unaccompanied to reunite with their families or to escape violence in their home countries.

67 Sueños will have a mural unveiling this Sunday from 6-8p.m., on Shotwell and 23rd. The mural was done based on interviews with these children, some of whom also helped paint the mural.

Show up to hear them, see them, meet them and support them in telling their stories.

Here’s more on migrant children and the condition they are in at detention centers.

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