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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