Jonathan Jayes-Green (courtesy of Jonathan Jayes-Green); Tobore Oweh (courtesy of Tebore Oweh); Mwewa Sumbwe (courtesy of Mwewa Sumbwe)
Tobore Oweh knows the next six months of her life will be stressful after Donald Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program Tuesday.
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She is one of 800,000 people covered under the Obama-era policy who fears the worst if Congress doesn’t come together to resolve the crisis Trump created.
She and her parents originally arrived in the U.S. from Nigeria when she was a child, so America is the only home she knows. Now she’s bracing for the prospect of being deported to a country that is essentially foreign to her.
“Just being a
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