Fear of de­por­ta­tion haunts city im­mi­grant com­mu­ni­ties

At Patterson High School, ques­tions and trep­i­da­tion over the election of Trump

Baltimore Sun - - NEWS - By Liz Bowie

“There are a lot of peo­ple who will stand up for you here and pro­tect you.”

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Mar­got Har­ris, head of Patterson High School’s English as a Se­cond Lan­guage pro­gram, talk­ing to stu­dents Wed­nes­day

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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.

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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.

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