Heidi Sales Morales, 10, plays a game of Jacks with her sister Roselia Sales Morales, 2, and Sofia Sales Morales, 4, in the back, outside their home in the village of el Xab in Retalhuleu, Guatemala. Their mother, Angela Surama Morales lived in Chattanooga for about five years until she got detained in an immigration raid at Pilgrim's Pride in 2008 and their father left to work in the United States almost 10 years ago.
Heidi Sales Morales, 10, plays a game of Jacks with her sister Roselia Sales Morales, 2, and Sofia Sales Morales, 4, in the back, outside their home in the village of el Xab in Retalhuleu, Guatemala. Their mother, Angela Surama Morales lived in Chattanooga for about five years until she got detained in an immigration raid at Pilgrim's Pride in 2008 and their father left to work in the United States almost 10 years ago.
Photo by Perla Trevizo /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Thursday, July 28th, 2011
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