Conchita Cruz and Dorothy Tegeler Featured in New Yorker

Fellows Conchita Cruz (’18) and Dorothy Tegeler (’17) were featured in a New Yorker story about legal actions against the Trump administration filed by families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border ("How Families Separated at the Border Could Make the Government Pay," June 15). "Cruz helped the clients write their legal declarations. … Tegeler gathered evidence from the women’s home countries: police reports, death certificates, photographic evidence of violence," according to the story.