WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Congress and the White House are no closer to addressing the immigration crisis affecting tens of thousands of Central American children and single mothers illegally crossing the US-Mexico border.
Armando Trull reports some new voices are joining the chorus of those demanding action elected leaders.
There are 160,000 African and black Caribbean immigrants in the Metro D.C. region. That is 15 percent of the area's total immigrant population.
These women say it is high time black voices are also a part of the immigration debate.