Immigrants rights groups are sounding the alarm over the practice of separating children from their families at the U.S. border.  Above, a protest  against Trump administration immigration policy in November 2017.

Immigrants rights groups are sounding the alarm over the practice of separating children from their families at the U.S. border. Above, a protest against Trump administration immigration policy in November 2017.

Outrage continues over new Trump administration policies that separate children from their parents at the border. Then, the former editor of Cosmopolitan on the rules for finding love in our modern world, and why she thinks it is an exciting time to work in the magazine business.

Guests

  • Joanna Coles Chief Content Officer, Hearst Magazines; author of "Love Rules: How to Find a Real Relationship in a Digital World"
  • Wendy Young President, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND), which helps provide legal representation for unaccompanied refugee and immigrant children in the U.S.
  • Cecilia Munoz Vice president, Public Interest Technology and Local Initiative, New America Foundation, former director, Intergovernmental Affairs, and director, Domestic Policy Council during the Obama administration

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