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Volunteers Offer Food And Compassion To Asylum-Seekers At U.S.-Mexico Border09:30
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Team Brownsville volunteers serving dinner to asylum seekers stuck in Matamoros, Mexico (Andrea Asuaje/WBUR)
Team Brownsville volunteers serving dinner to asylum seekers stuck in Matamoros, Mexico (Andrea Asuaje/WBUR)
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An encampment in Matamoros, Mexico, is a stopping point for asylum-seekers who are waiting for a chance at legal entry into the United States.

The conditions at the encampment are poor but a group of U.S. volunteers called Team Brownsville is crossing the border daily to help.

Andrea Asuaje (@aasuaje) and Yasmin Amer (@yasminamer) are reporters and producers for WBUR's Kind World.

This story was produced for WBUR's Kind World podcast.

This segment aired on November 12, 2019.

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