Martha Arevalo

Central American Resource Center

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Interim Director of CARECEN, the Central American Resource Center, which is located in Pico Union/Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles

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About 200,000 Salvadorans may have to leave the U.S. next year. That’s because the Trump administration announced Monday that its ending Temporary Protected Status for them.

200,000 Salvadorans at risk of deportation

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