Immigration lawyers and groups have been visiting emergency shelters to help educate children who crossed the border without a parent.
Every Tuesday and Friday, Lindsay Toczylowski visits the Long Beach Convention Center, where she gathers small groups of children, some as young as 6, for a 45-minute lesson.
She’s not there to teach the ABCs. She’s there to educate them about their legal rights.
Toczylowski is an immigration lawyer. Her students are migrants who crossed the southwestern border without a parent.
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