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Brooklyn immigrants worry about future under Trump: 'What is going to happen to my family?

Immigration activists march through lower Manhattan amid protests in several cities against President Donald Trump's immigration policies. (Getty Images/Mohammed Elshamy)

BROOKLYN — Leaning on a browned and scratched crane, Anne smiled as she placed half a dozen onions into a clear plastic bag and remembered how she was able to give her five children something she did not have growing up — the chance to grow up in the U.S.

Anne declined to give her real name or details of how she immigrated to the Brooklyn community of Flatbush just after she was married for this story, but with a heavily Haitian accent punctuating her every word, Anne’s pride in her ability to raise her children and grandchildren in New York City was evident.

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