Public radio station WYSO reports on their experience of joining Catholic Social Services caseworkers in meeting a family of Eritrean refugees only days after President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning refugees went into effect:

“It’s 8:00 pm on a Thursday, and circling a Huber Heights block with Michael Murphy, refugee resettlement program manager at Catholic Social Services. The plan is to pick up the Genets, a family of 7 Eritrean refugees, and take them to the airport to meet two other family members.  That’s not their real name, Catholic Social Services asked WYSO to protect their identities.”

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