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Latinx Tech Engineers Are Getting Caught Up in Deportation Drives

Carlos Martinez Baldenegro graduated top of his class in computer science yet suffered years of recruitment discrimination in the tech industry. Now he may be forced to leave the United States.

Photo courtesy of the Martinez family




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