SISTER NORMA ON RELOCATED MIGRANTS IN REYNOSA MX

Sister Norma Pimentel is interviewed by Border Report's Sandra Sanchez on why migrants left an encampment in Reynosa, Mexico, on Monday night and her role. She spoke at the Humanitarian Respite Center on May 3, 2022, which is run by Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley, which she is executive director of. (Sandra Sanchez/Border Report Video)

SISTER NORMA ON RELOCATED MIGRANTS IN REYNOSA MX

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