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It's a little known story. Each year, tens of thousands of children from Central America make their way to the U.S., to try to find their mothers, who've come here to try to support their families.
KCLU's Lance Orozco speaks with journalist Sonia Nazario, who's appearing at UC Santa Barbara this week, as part of "UCSB Reads" and "Santa Barbara Reads" programs. You can get event details here.