An undocumented immigrant’s car is pulled over by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in Norcross, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta, Oct. 19, 2017. Few places simultaneously beckon and punish undocumented immigrants more than Atlanta, a boomtown of construction and service jobs where conservative politics has turned every waking day into a gamble.
An undocumented immigrant’s car is pulled over by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in Norcross, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta, Oct. 19, 2017. Few places simultaneously beckon and punish undocumented immigrants more than Atlanta, a boomtown of construction and service jobs where conservative politics has turned every waking day into a gamble. MELISSA GOLDEN NYT
An undocumented immigrant’s car is pulled over by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in Norcross, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta, Oct. 19, 2017. Few places simultaneously beckon and punish undocumented immigrants more than Atlanta, a boomtown of construction and service jobs where conservative politics has turned every waking day into a gamble. MELISSA GOLDEN NYT

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