Elizabeth Hernandez, 29, sits outside Columbia Basin College in Pasco on Tuesday next to a painting that she and her brother, Victor, painted about the DACA initiative that shielded young immigrants like her from deportation.
Elizabeth Hernandez, 29, sits outside Columbia Basin College in Pasco on Tuesday next to a painting that she and her brother, Victor, painted about the DACA initiative that shielded young immigrants like her from deportation. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald
Elizabeth Hernandez, 29, sits outside Columbia Basin College in Pasco on Tuesday next to a painting that she and her brother, Victor, painted about the DACA initiative that shielded young immigrants like her from deportation. Noelle Haro-Gomez Tri-City Herald

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