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Atlanta: 'No sanctuary for immigrants'

'New York Times' profiles Atlanta immigrants' clashes with ICE officials

ICE JoeffA protester advocating for immigrants' rights is arrested at a 2013 rally.Joeff Davis/CL fileOn Saturday, the New York Times published an in-depth look at the lives of metro Atlanta's undocumented immigrants. The story details the fear and anxiety that people experience every day in a city that bills itself as "welcoming to all."

"Few places in the United States have simultaneously beckoned undocumented immigrants and penalized them for coming like metropolitan Atlanta, a boomtown of contruction and service jobs where conservative politics and new national policies have turned every waking day into a gamble," writes NYT's Vivian Yee.

Read the full report here.



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