"It will return schools to a time where rape, assault and harassment were swept under the rug," said an advocacy group for sexual assault survivors.
"There's really no way to describe just the pure devastation," a fire official said.
“It’s not so much what I have seen but what I haven’t seen,” said Dave Freeman, 74, a volunteer and retired school superintendent. “There’s not much that’s recognizable.”
Caravan members who traveled to the border on foot from Central America start the lengthy process of applying for political asylum in the U.S.
All sessions were once a week for 90 minutes.