Power Women Summit: Former California senator speaks with daughter and filmmaker Nicole Boxer on stage about equality in congress
Former Sen. Barbara Boxer said that if immigrants are moving in caravans to the U.S. border, the government should be ready to welcome and process those in need — rather than turning them away at gunpoint.
At TheWrap’s Power Women Summit in Los Angeles on Thursday, Boxer noted that not everyone should be allowed to cross the border. But she added that the government needs to allocate resources to figure out who should be kept out, and who is fleeing persecution.
Boxer and her daughter, filmmaker Nicole Boxer, recorded an episode of “The Boxer Podcast” onstage at the summit, joined by actress and activist Alyssa Milano.
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