“Danny recently started his junior year at Morton High. On the first day of school, in early August, a janitor came to his classroom to tell the students that ice agents were raiding the chicken plants. Danny looked outside, minutes later, and saw two helicopters circling the P H Food plant. More than six hundred ice agents had come to seven Mississippi cities to carry out what a U.S. attorney later described as ‘the largest single-state immigration-enforcement operation in our nation’s history.'” In The New Yorker, Charles Bethea takes you to Morton, where latino workers were once recruited, and later rounded up. After ICE Came to Morton, Mississippi.