February 15, 2022

Do Latino political leaders have Black envy? It seems so. Ever since, the world saw how Blacks can mobilize into one mass to march for their rights, social justice, etc. they have been able to wield their ‘voting bloc.’ Latino political activists desperately want the same. Who wouldn’t? But truth be told one author challenges us to ask ourselves: Is there such a thing as ‘the Latino vote;’ New Latino start-up strives to be the “Netflix of education”; What made over 60,000 Mexicans so mad that they took to Twitter? Go beyond the headlines…

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