Especially during a pandemic, everyone needs safe access to care. But the threat and presence of immigration and law enforcement at health care facilities deters many immigrants and communities of color from seeking needed care.
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We live in a proud community where English isn’t always the language spoken. Our families, culture, food, and livelihoods are all shaped by our binational culture in El Paso, our relationship to the border and our neighbors in Chihuahua.
A silver-haired man, 59 years young, Roman Vazquez doesn’t remember much about living in Mexico. It’s hard to remember because he’s lived in the U.S. for so long, more than 30 years, in Texas for 18 of those years.