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Child migrant crisis prompts some to open their homes




Judy and Bernie Armstrong welcomed into their home a Honduran teenager who came to the U.S. alone.
Judy and Bernie Armstrong welcomed into their home a Honduran teenager who came to the U.S. alone.
Photo credit: Jude Joffe-Block

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The recent wave of Central American families and children coming across the U.S. border has prompted outrage for some citizens of Arizona, but not everyone has reacted that way.

Some have volunteered to help migrants at bus stations or donate clothes, and a few are even opening up their homes. From the Fronteras Desk in Phoenix, Jude Joffe-Block reports.