Veronica Medina sits in an office overflowing with blankets, shoes, and donated school supplies. A native of San Ysidro, she has a perennial smile and wears pink lipstick that accents her jolly laugh. She doesn’t ...
Some families live in old trailers among the auto-wrecking yards of Otay Mesa with no water or electricity. We turn off 905 onto a dirt road. An unofficial street sign hangs on a chain-link fence. “Pogo Row,” it reads.
Posted February 21, 2017
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