Saul Elbein

freelance journalist

Guest

Freelance journalist based in Austin, TX who has written for The Texas Observer, The New Republic and other publications

Saul Elbein on KCRW

It’s not just violence that’s pushing an influx of immigrant children from Central America to the US  —  it’s also economic destitution and a lack of opportunity.

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It’s not just violence that’s pushing an influx of immigrant children from Central America to the US —  it’s also economic destitution and a lack of opportunity.

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