Latino community is small, diverse, growing – and anxious

It's there in the form of an ankle bracelet he has worn since he was arrested along with two co-workers one morning this spring on their way to an interior-painting job in Oakland - the thing feared by Latinos like him who live here without legal status. Marroquin, 47, is grateful that he was spared the fate of one of his co-workers, who was immediately deported.