Threats of deportation raids frighten Baltimore immigrants: 'They're afraid to go outside'

The sun shined all weekend in Baltimore, the perfect time to splash in Patterson Park’s public pool or run around its expansive green fields. But some families in the adjacent Highlandtown neighborhood were too nervous to venture out of their homes Saturday or Sunday. Many immigrants are “afraid to go outside, afraid to let their kids go to the park and play,” said Tiffany Nelms, executive director of Asylee Women Enterprise, which helps asylum-seekers. (Balt. Sun)

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