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Regional News: South End’s Landwave Sculptures Are Gone, Parents Worried About Deportation, and More

JOSE GUTIERREZ MARIA GUTIERREZ JOSE GUTIERREZ JR JENNIFER GUTIERREZ
Jose Aguilar, and his wife, Maria, read a book with their children Jose Jr., 7, and Jennifer, 9, at their home in National City, Calif., May 13, 2004. The Aguilar children are U.S. citizens by virtue of their American birth, but their parents face deportation back to their homeland of Mexico.
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Regional News on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley

This week on Under the Radar with Callie Crossley: No more fighting about the South End’s Landwave sculptures — they’re gone, parents worried about being deported are planning for how to leave their children behind, and one of Boston’s beloved Haitian pioneers is dead.

It's all on this week's local news roundtable!

Joining Callie in the studio are Jennifer Smith, staff reporter for the Dorchester Reporter, Beth Treffeisen, reporter for The Boston Sun, and Akilah Johnson, reporter for The Boston Globe.

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