Warren Binford

Willamette University

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Law Professor at Willamette University.

Warren Binford on KCRW

Kids are taking care of babies who don’t have diapers and are covered in mucus. There are no showers or toothbrushes. Children are sleeping on cement floors.

Migrant detention center: No toothbrushes or showers, kids sleeping on cement floors

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