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Harold James Tatum was deported to Honduras 18 years ago. He says he’s never really gotten used to it — or found steady work. He now sells jewelry by the beach but says he doesn’t make enough to live on.
Harold James Tatum was deported to Honduras 18 years ago. He says he's never really gotten used to it — or found steady work. He now sells jewelry by the beach but says he doesn't make enough to live on.

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From the article: What Hondurans In The U.S. Can Expect When They’re Deported

Harold James Tatum was deported to Honduras 18 years ago. He says he’s never really gotten used to it — or found steady work. He now sells jewelry by the beach but says he doesn’t make enough to live on.