What's next for zero-tolerance, MIT's connections to slavery, Spinal Tap

June 21, 2018
A you migrant girl crouches next to her family as they listen to officers of the US Customs and Border Protection before entering the United States to apply for asylum.

Migrant families from Mexico listen to officers of the US Customs and Border Protection before entering the United States to apply for asylum at Paso del Norte international border crossing bridge in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, June 20, 2018.

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Jose Luis Gonzalez/Reuters

Thousands of immigrant children already separated from their families are still in limbo. Plus, we look at the effects of government policies around the globe meant to deter migrants and asylum-seekers. And a young Somali man who won the visa lottery to come to the US years ago ended up settling in Maine. He has a new memoir about his escape from Mogadishu and his changing impressions of his new home.

What's next for zero-tolerance, MIT's connections to slavery, Spinal Tap

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June 21, 2018

Music Heard on Air

The songs played between segments during this episode included:

Song: Drift
Artist: Duende Libre
Label: Duende Libre
Song: Crisis
Artist: ©© les Freres Smith
Label: CCCC
Artist: The Beatles
Label: EMI Catalogue

We also played a cover of the tune "Yekermo Sew" by the Ethiopian-inspired funk band Molly Tigre.

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