Arizona immigration

Winslow native Thomas Chacon Sr. chokes back tears at the community swimming pool, recalling the days when black and Latino children were only allowed to swim on Fridays; each Saturday the pool was drained to clear the "dirty water." Now a city councilman, Chacon worries that the state's tough new immigration law is a rebirth of racial profiling. "It's scaring the hell out of a lot of people," he said.<br>
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( Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times / April 17, 2010 )

Winslow native Thomas Chacon Sr. chokes back tears at the community swimming pool, recalling the days when black and Latino children were only allowed to swim on Fridays; each Saturday the pool was drained to clear the "dirty water." Now a city councilman, Chacon worries that the state's tough new immigration law is a rebirth of racial profiling. "It's scaring the hell out of a lot of people," he said.


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