Lesly Tayes, a Guatemalan human rights lawyer and Lee Gelernt, lead ACLU lawyer, are part of an effort to reunite parents in Guatemala with their kids still being held in the U.S. They are standing in the central park in Chimaltenango, a town about two hours west of Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Lesly Tayes, a Guatemalan human rights lawyer and Lee Gelernt, lead ACLU lawyer, are part of an effort to reunite parents in Guatemala with their kids still being held in the U.S. They are standing in the central park in Chimaltenango, a town about two hours west of Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Lesly Tayes, a Guatemalan human rights lawyer and Lee Gelernt, lead ACLU lawyer, are part of an effort to reunite parents in Guatemala with their kids still being held in the U.S. They are standing in the central park in Chimaltenango, a town about two hours west of Guatemala City, Guatemala.

Lesly Tayes, a Guatemalan human rights lawyer and Lee Gelernt, lead ACLU lawyer, are part of an effort to reunite parents in Guatemala with their kids still being held in the U.S. They are standing in the central park in Chimaltenango, a town about two hours west of Guatemala City, Guatemala.