Marco Apuparo Martinez, a dollop of baby fat wrapped in sweaters, scarves, and blankets, rides on his father's shoulder. Wilson Apuparo Guartamber gently sets his 13-month-old son on a chair in this basement office--a Latino outreach organization--in Minneapolis's St. Stephens Community Center. His wife, Maria Teresa Martinez Aray, removes the layers that protect the boy on this frigid December afternoon, then offers her son a few spoonfuls of applesauce. As the baby stretches out a red-mittened hand to his father with a happy bleat, a dimpled smile creeps across Marco's puffy cheeks. It is a smile wholly unaware of the precarious position Marco and his family find... More >>>