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“Sanctuary cities” get ready to resist Trump deportations

CHICAGO, Jan. 17, 2017 – The phones haven’t stopped ringing at The Resurrection Project since 8 November, when Donald J. Trump was elected the next president of the United States. “People are just terrified,” says Erendira Rendon, national projects director for this community-based organisation in Pilsen, a lively, majority-Hispanic neighbourhood on Chicago’s Lower West Side. […]

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