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Humanity Behind the Headlines with Rae Ceretto & Kelly Scott

Kayla is joined by filmmakers and founders of Honeypot Productions, Rae Ceretto and Kelly Scott, to discuss their groundbreaking documentary “Seeking Asylum'' which follows Kensy’s journey as a mother traveling to and eventually through the Mexico-US border. But not without hurdles along the way and even more so after she touches ground in Los Angeles. 

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