Protesters who tried to leave the campus were forced back by police using tear gas and rubber bullets. Authorities made dozens of arrests and by mid-afternoon they appeared poised to swoop into the campus once again.
By Casey Quackenbush, Anna Kam, Gerry Shih and Tiffany Liang
While President Barack Obama — whom immigrant advocates at one point called the “deporter in chief” — deported 1.18 million people during his first three years in office, President Trump has deported fewer than 800,000.
New York City, with more than 1 million students, is by far the nation’s largest school district — and one of its most segregated. Now the city is becoming a laboratory of experimentation, examining whether it’s possible to tackle the stratification that courses through urban districts.