Immigration in 2017: five things you should do now

The election of Donald Trump to the presidency after he has vowed to deport millions of immigrants has caused widespread fear in many communities. Youth reporter Olivia Rodriguez with Coachella Unincorporated talked with immigration attorneys and created a list of things people concerned with immigration status should do, from finding a trustworthy lawyer to learning your constitutional rights. “People still have constitutional rights and they should know what they are.” Read more at Coachella Unincorporated.


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