New York Magazine: How Donald Trump’s war on immigrants is playing out in his hometown
What does a young man persecuted in Nigeria for being gay, a Dominican woman on her honeymoon, and a South Korean pastor have in common? They all are undocumented immigrants living in New York.
Every day, we hear the stories of New Yorkers who are grappling with the fear and consequences of immigration enforcement. The stories of those most impacted — of both tragedy and resilience — must be heard. In this collaboration between New York Magazine and The Marshall Project, undocumented immigrants share snippets of their lives in the crossroads between fear and moving forward. Attorneys from The Bronx Defenders helped contribute their clients’ experiences in order to further advocate for their voices.
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