With shifts in a few heavily Latinx districts toward Trump over 2016, the press has latched onto a narrative that Democracy Now!‘s Juan González says misses the forest for the trees.
I am a light-skinned Latino. I am not white. Whiteness isn’t just based on skin color. It’s a mindset. A thought process based on the superiority within American and Western European societies. Here’s the deal.
Pasadena Mayor Johnny Isbell may believe that he is living in Jim Crow America. He called Councilman Cody Ray Wheeler ‘boy’ disrespectfully.
Instead of meeting with the bulk of his constituents, John Culberson (R-TX), met with a Republican women’s group at Houston’s Lakeside Country Club.
A Latino Trump surrogate told Joy-Ann Reid on MSNBC that if something isn’t done there would be a taco truck on every corner. Really!
Donald Trump colors were on full display. Fe failed to note CNN’s Tapper clinically made him admit to wanting to effect a racist act on his ‘Mexican’ judge.
All sense of decorum has left the GOP primaries as Marco Rubio and others call Ted Cruz a liar and more on stage. Can any of these men be president?
Anyone who thinks that Donald Trump cannot win enough of the Latino vote need to go into the field and speak to the mosaic that is the Latino community.
Donald Trump was ecstatic at one of his rallies as he found a fanatic Latino who jumped on the stage to tell him something he wanted to hear.
This misinformed Latino Phoenix Arizona resident illustrated perfectly why it is difficult to get unity in a cause.