If Mexicans and Puerto Ricans are finally going to come together in solidarity to tackle common issues, they should start by airing their grievances.
Don’t pretend Congressman Steve King of Iowa isn’t right about the lack of solidarity between blacks and Latinos.
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Our Revolution‘s, Political Director Erika Andiola sent this invitation for those interested in joining #OurResistance: Dear Dreamers and all in solidarity: Many of you have been asking how you can help stop deportations and show up to support the most vulnerable under attack. I have news for you! You can sign up to help HERE…
“What we’re facing in America, in terms of this resurgence of white supremacist politics in government and power, is something that has happened in the past and that can be combated and overcome.”
Why an understanding of black history is crucial for all people of color.
We can’t hope for solidarity among all people of color until Latinos learn to set aside their differences.
“We learned to fight and the need became struggle and the struggle became need.”