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José's son, who has schizophrenia, recently got into a fight that resulted in a broken window — an out-of-control moment from his struggle with mental illness. And it could increase his chances of deportation to a country where mental health care is even more elusive. Hokyoung Kim for NPR hide caption

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A Young Immigrant Has Mental Illness, And That's Raising His Risk of Being Deported

Behavioral problems, criminal arrests and limited access to health care leave a father worried that his 21-year-old son will be deported to Mexico.

Fight the Power Brownout
Prophets of Rage Brownout
Power Sweet Spirit
The Crown Main Title Hans Zimmer
First Song Band of Horses

An artistic rendering of the retreat of Hernán Cortés from Tenochtitlán, the Aztec capital, in 1520. The Spanish conquistador led an expedition to present-day Mexico, landing in 1519. Although the Spanish forces numbered some 500 men, they managed to capture Aztec Emperor Montezuma II. The city later revolted, forcing Cortés and his men to retreat. Ann Ronan Pictures/Print Collector/Getty Images hide caption

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500 Years Later, The Spanish Conquest Of Mexico Is Still Being Debated

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Inspired by E.M. Forster's Howards End, Matthew Lopez wrote The Inheritance, which explores different generations of gay men, and the legacy they pass on to one another. Pictured above are Samuel H. Levine, left, Kyle Soller and Andrew Burnap. Marc Brenner/Polk & Co. hide caption

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Ghosts Haunt 'The Inheritance,' From E.M. Forster, To The Generation Lost To AIDS

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Seaside Nico Muhly, Caleb Burhans et. al.
Fishing for Nouns Spunkshine
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José's son, who has schizophrenia, recently got into a fight that resulted in a broken window — an out-of-control moment from his struggle with mental illness. And it could increase his chances of deportation to a country where mental health care is even more elusive. Hokyoung Kim for NPR hide caption

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A Young Immigrant Has Mental Illness, And That's Raising His Risk of Being Deported

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Slow Roll Tommy Guerrero
Benine Redux STRFKR
In the Line of Fire Bill Lloyd

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Taylor Swift's TV Drama: Pop Star Claims Former Label Won't Let Her Perform Hits

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You Need to Calm Down Taylor Swift
All Too Well [Instrumental With Background Vocals] Taylor Swift

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