Fear of deportation haunts city immigrant communities
At Patterson High School, questions and trepidation over the election of Trump
“There are a lot of people who will stand up for you here and protect you.”
Margot Harris, head of Patterson High School’s English as a Second Language program, talking to students Wednesday
Gillian Wood, a mental health therapist from Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, talks Wednesday with Arabic-speaking students in the English as a Second Language program at Patterson High School who are concerned about the election of Donald Trump.
Joseline Orellana, 16, right, an 11th-grader at Patterson High, wipes away tears while talking about the results of Tuesday’s presidential election. She is from El Salvador.