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A neighborhood with buildings that are ...
Data da imagem: 14/06/2019
Cod. da imagem: ny170619214904
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A neighborhood with buildings that are part of the Rancho San Pedro Housing Project in San Pedro, Calif.

Data da imagem: 14/06/2019

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A neighborhood with buildings that are part of the Rancho San Pedro Housing Project in San Pedro, Calif.

Crédito: Jenna Schoenefeld/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

A neighborhood with buildings that are part of the Rancho San Pedro Housing Project in San Pedro, Calif., June 14, 2019. Landlords across the country say a White House proposal to eject undocumented immigrants from government housing would displace some of their most reliable tenants and add major financial strains an already cash-strapped system. (Jenna Schoenefeld/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Beatriz Mendez, the president of the ...
Data da imagem: 14/06/2019
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Beatriz Mendez, the president of the Rancho San Pedro Housing Development's resident advisory council, in San Pedro, Calif.

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Beatriz Mendez, the president of the Rancho San Pedro Housing Development's resident advisory council, in San Pedro, Calif.

Crédito: Jenna Schoenefeld/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Beatriz Mendez, the president of the Rancho San Pedro Housing Development's resident advisory council, in San Pedro, Calif., June 14, 2019. Landlords across the country say a White House proposal to eject undocumented immigrants from government housing would displace some of their most reliable tenants and add major financial strains an already cash-strapped system. ?This rule hasn?t been implemented yet but it?s already frightened everyone and shaken their tranquillity,? Mendez said. (Jenna Schoenefeld/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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Doug Guthrie, the president and chief ...
Data da imagem: 14/06/2019
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Doug Guthrie, the president and chief executive of the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, at his office.

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Doug Guthrie, the president and chief executive of the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, at his office.

Crédito: Jenna Schoenefeld/ The New York Times/ Fotoarena

Doug Guthrie, the president and chief executive of the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles, at his office, June 14, 2019. Landlords across the country say a White House proposal to eject undocumented immigrants from government housing would displace some of their most reliable tenants and add major financial strains an already cash-strapped system. ?This does nothing more than to put as many 11,000 plus individuals back into a situation of potentially becoming homeless,? Guthrie said. (Jenna Schoenefeld/The New York Times/Fotoarena)

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