This asylum seeker fled Guatemala after being persecuted for being gay. Then he created a refuge for LGBTQ+ migrants at the border.

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When police in Guatemala harassed and assaulted Estuardo because he was gay, he sought asylum in the U.S. – but his journey only grew more nightmarish from there, he tells CBS News. Now he’s in Texas, where he awaits a decision in his asylum case while running an LGBTQ+ shelter to help members of his community who are trying to cross the border from Central America.

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