NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES/DETROIT -- For Jan, the night of Nov. 8 last year was terrifying. The 20-year-old Mindanao-born Filipino had gathered with several of his undocumented peers in Flushing, New York, to watch the votes being counted for the U.S. presidential election. When it became certain that Donald Trump would win, the atmosphere of despair in the room was palpable.
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