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More Hispanic Kids Are Depressed Than Their Peers As Anti-Migrant Rhetoric Rises

Katy was born and raised in Las Vegas. But her parents, who've built a life in the United States after fleeing war in El Salvador, have temporary protected status and no path to citizenship. Their future in the U.S. depends on the president. Her father, Nery, says he was already worried about a day where he and his wife might be separated from their children over immigration status. And now he's scared of racially motivated violence and the mental well-being of his kids.

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