The New Yorker: Latinos Feel the Sting of Trump’s Presidency

Latinos Feel the Sting of Trump’s Presidency
The New Yorker

Five years ago, before Latino people worried much about Donald Trump, Oscar Saldivar stood in my living room in Los Angeles and told me a story. He began to weep. See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated: Trump’s Presidency Is Ruining My Personal Brand When Trump’s New Travel Ban Goes Into Effect, Watch the Border Agents Five Questions About the Latest WikiLeaks Release Read the full story

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Texas county pulls out of program for local police to act as immigration agents

Texas county pulls out of program for local police to act as immigration agents
the guardian

Activists celebrate a victory in resisting Trump’s crackdown on undocumented immigrants but Republicans are weighing other methods to force compliance Read the full story

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Los Angeles Times: This is how Trump’s expanded deportation policy is being felt across the U.S.

This is how Trump’s expanded deportation policy is being felt across the U.S.
Los Angeles Times

President Trump has said he wants to reduce the number of immigrants in the country illegally, and his proposals this week for stepped-up Read the full story

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The New York Times: Constraints Threaten Trump’s Promise of an Immigration Crackdown

Constraints Threaten Trump’s Promise of an Immigration Crackdown
The New York Times

The Trump administration rebutted a report by The Associated Press that cited a memorandum describing an effort to militarize enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws. Read the full story

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