Children from Central America – Origins of Crisis


Over the last year, an unprecedented number of unaccompanied immigrant children, mostly from Central America, have attempted to cross the border into the United States. Antonio Gonzalez, president of the William C. Velasquez Institute,explains the roots of the migration surge and the politics behind it.




An in depth explanation of the origins of the crisis that has lead children to flee to the U.S.


Eleven minutes of audio.


One point Gonzalez had wrong is that the crisis started back in 2009, years longer than the one year that he suggested.