"Jorge," a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient, poses for a photo in Jefferson County, where he was raised. “I grew up in an agriculture town with maybe two more Hispanics in my grade; the rest were Caucasian. Which to me meant nothing really. I was in a safe neighborhood. I did what any American does in a small town,” he said.
"Jorge," a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient, poses for a photo in Jefferson County, where he was raised. “I grew up in an agriculture town with maybe two more Hispanics in my grade; the rest were Caucasian. Which to me meant nothing really. I was in a safe neighborhood. I did what any American does in a small town,” he said. Taylor Carpenter / tcarpenter@postregister.com Idaho Falls Post Register
"Jorge," a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient, poses for a photo in Jefferson County, where he was raised. “I grew up in an agriculture town with maybe two more Hispanics in my grade; the rest were Caucasian. Which to me meant nothing really. I was in a safe neighborhood. I did what any American does in a small town,” he said. Taylor Carpenter / tcarpenter@postregister.com Idaho Falls Post Register

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