Tornado Survivor Rebuilds her Home Without Federal Aid

In the southern state of Alabama, a Salvadoran immigrant luckily saved her life and that of her family when a tornado destroyed the mobile home park where she lived. A year later, the family is reported to have recovered, albeit without having benefited from federal emergency assistance. This is the story of many Latino immigrants who do not qualify for federal funds because of their immigration status. With hurricane season just around the corner, some are calling for immigrant workers to be supported in rebuilding if tragedy strikes. Yemille Castejón reports from Atlanta.

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