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Links 1 through 2 of 2 by Latoya Peterson tagged solidarityofcolour

"When we feel we cannot even take care of 'our own,' it’s easy to let a feeling of solidarity slip away. It makes me sad when I see people of color who should understand and join in the struggle that Mexicanos and other immigrants face today, but who veer away from that struggle imagining that immigrants represent a threat to their own community. This is the voice of White Supremacy, and it’s a bullhorn turned on all day and night in this land, so I understand. But when in all important ways our struggle is the same, 'our own' can be an expansive thing—and these larger numbers will render us more powerful to fight those exploiters at the top, already unfairly given advantage."

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[NAACP] president Benjamin Todd Jealous said the 101-year-old civil rights organization is moving in a new direction to draw younger members and to go beyond black issues. Indeed for the first time in NAACP's history, more than a dozen large chapters nationwide have presidents who are white, Latino, Native American or Asian. And two weeks ago, the NAACP joined the legal battle against Arizona's controversial immigration law, which some view as discriminatory against Hispanics.

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