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Undocumented US Immigrants Learn Rights in Case of Crackdown

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Maria Herrera moved to the U.S. from Mexico with her parents 14 years ago. Though she has spent most of her life in the U.S., she is still undocumented. That status and an upsurge in anxiety brought on by the promises of President-elect Donald Trump to be tough on immigration recently brought her to a "Know Your Rights" workshop in Hyattsville, Maryland. There, 100 people were told how to protect themselves and their families during immigration raids or arrests. "I just...

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