From left, Eliseo, Maria, Carlos and Emily Barrera pose in a family photo. Maria Barrera is a Catholic minister who has lived in Mendota for nearly 30 years but had a close call with deportation this month.
From left, Eliseo, Maria, Carlos and Emily Barrera pose in a family photo. Maria Barrera is a Catholic minister who has lived in Mendota for nearly 30 years but had a close call with deportation this month. Foto Amezcua Submitted to the Bee
From left, Eliseo, Maria, Carlos and Emily Barrera pose in a family photo. Maria Barrera is a Catholic minister who has lived in Mendota for nearly 30 years but had a close call with deportation this month. Foto Amezcua Submitted to the Bee

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