NEW YORK –
The city’s immigrant populations, legal and undocumented alike, say they’re facing growing fears of crackdowns and discrimination.
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“Our families are very sad because a lot of them are being separated,” says Irania Sanchez, of Make the Road New York.
“Recently, ICE agents arrested folks nearly a block away from a CUFFH member church,” says Giovanni Matos, referring to federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and the group he represents, Churches United for Fair Housing.
Laura Espinoza, an undocumented immigrant from Ecuador who now lives in Sunset Park, says she’s not afraid to speak out against the crackdown.
“You and your family, you’re not alone,” she says, aiming her message at fellow immigrants. “I’m in the community, I’m with you. So we need to
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