Very clearly the perpetrators behind the social

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that people were also afraid of bringing the topic up on school grounds. Very clearly the
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perpetrators behind the social problem are the Trump administration alongside the ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) as expressed by Luis Antezana, an English teacher at Harrison High School. He goes on to say that, “It’s a fear that is very real. Everyone is hearing the stories – documented students being detained although they’re not supposed to be, ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) knocking on friends’ doors, the anti-immigrant rhetoric and attitude that undocumented means ‘evil.’” The people being affected by the social problem are the immigrants within the US that do and do not have documentation. An issue that can arise in the case of an undocumented immigrant is having a child in the US. This is problematic as the result of having the child can result in separation from the family due to deportation as a result of undocumented status. An example mentioned in the article was seen where a student that was affected by this scenario was Carlos Cielo of Harrison High School. He is a student that plays varsity soccer and aspires to study aerospace engineering. Years ago, his family was deported due to undocumented status returning to Mexico leaving him on his own. As of October 2 nd , the topics that were discussed in class directly pertained to Xenophobia and Immigration. In the United States people of color are increasing at a faster rate than whites. Latinos communities are growing at about ten times the rate of whites. This has led to the action of deporting undocumented citizens out of the US. A discussion in class was then
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  • Fall '17
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  • Immigration to the United States

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