Ukrainian Refugees in Tijuana | Bill Allows Parents to Sue Social Media Companies | Crest Cafe Owner Offers Fresh Start to Refugees
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A woman from Ukraine stands at the border with her fiance from the United States as she waits to ask for asylum, Thursday, March 10, 2022, in Tijuana, Mexico.
AP Photo/Gregory Bull
Updated at 9:09 a.m.
Attorneys offer pro-bono work for Ukrainian refugees in Tijuana. Proposed bill to allow parents to sue social media companies for child addiction and mental health. Crest Cafe hires female refugees in search of a new life and opportunity.
- Immigration Attorney Alex Tovarian will be heading to Tijuana, where a group of attorneys is offering pro-bono work for Ukrainian refugees trying to connect with family in California.
- Dr. Andrew Mendonsa, Behavioral Health Program Manager for Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services, shares why children get addicted to social media and the impact on their mental health.
- California Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham discusses AB 2408, a proposed bill to allow parents to sue social media companies for rolling out features and apps that are potentially addictive or harmful to children.
- Hawa Sultani, manager of the Crest Cafe in Sacramento and Elk Grove, talks to us about how her mother's journey to the United States as a refugee from Afghanistan has inspired her to hire women who have come to the Sacramento area in search of a new life and opportunity.
Correction: A previous version of this post misstated Alex Tovarian’s location. He is heading to Tijuana soon.