Deportation Fears Trigger Anxiety And Sleep Problems For Latinx Teens

ANAHEIM, CA – JUNE 30: Protesters stand outside the James A. Musick Facility, a detention center that houses unauthorized immigrants, to protest President Trump’s immigration policies and demand children be reunited with their families in Irvine on Saturday, June 30, 2018. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan/Orange County Register via Getty Images)

As Trump’s threats of ICE raids continue, a survey found 44.6% of Latinx adolescents worried at least sometimes about family separation due to deportation. YR Media reports on the mental health effects of the country’s immigration crackdown. 

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