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We Want To Find Out Where Migrant Children Are Being Held In Southern California. Here's How You Can Help

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(Jona González, and his two sons, Jr., 8, and Jacob, 4, approach the doors of the Metropolitan Detention Center in protest to the Trump administration's border policy, in Los Angeles, California, June 21, 2018. Photo: Kyle Grillot/LAist)

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti confirmed Thursday that some of the 2,300 migrant children separated from their families at the border were in Los Angeles.

KPCC/LAist journalists are looking to connect with anybody who has information about where separated migrant children are being held in Southern California. Do you know of a facility where these children may be?

Let us know by filling out this short form or emailing newstips@kpcc.org. You can also call or send a text through the secure messaging mobile app Signal: +1 626-921-6192. We'll read every response, but nothing is published without your permission.

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