It did not seem like much, but for many indigenous immigrants and their undocumented families who have been excluded from federal, state or local government support amid the pandemic, that kind of aid has been crucial to getting by during the health and economic crisis.

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The woman with the baby girl in a stroller said she was from Guerrero —a state on the Pacific coast of Mexico ravaged by organized crime in the last decade. She assured the volunteers that she would be able to carry the two plastic bags filled with milk, cooking […]


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