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“This land was Mexican once, was Indian always and is. And will be again.”- Gloria Anzaldúa. #MexicanPride #Chicano #VivaLaRaza #Mexico #MexicanFlag #MexicanAmerican #Latino #Mexican #BrownPride #LaRaza #aztlan #xicano #BrownBerets #growingupmexican

Marcos Antonio Huete, a 31-year-old immigrant, was biking to work when he was hit by a pickup truck. As he laid sprawled on the grassy sidewalk, a police officer called to the scene approached to ask for his immigration status before he offered him medical care. Back at the accident scene, federal immigration agents showed up to detain Huete. This incident highlights the fact that any interaction with local law enforcements can lead to immigrants being turned over to federal authorities for deportation— even when injured. And it adds to the heightened tension between the immigrant community and local law enforcement officials. As federal authorities crank up the arrest of undocumented immigrants, a chilling effect has taken over immigrants who would rather let crimes go unreported for fear of being asked to present their immigration documents. #MexicanPride #Chicano #VivaLaRaza #Mexico #MexicanFlag #MexicanAmerican #Latino #Mexican #BrownPride #LaRaza #aztlan #xicano #BrownBerets #growingupmexican

It was not always a crime to enter the U.S. without authorization. For most of American history, immigrants could enter the U.S. without official permission. But that changed in 1929. At that time, the Congress passed Blease’s bill, according to which “unlawfully entering the country” would be a misdemeanour, while unlawfully returning to the U.S. after deportation would be a felony. Any immigrant who entered the U.S. outside the bounds of this stream would be a criminal subject to imprisonment or deportation. It was a crime designed to impact Mexican immigrants in particular. Today Mexicans and Central Americans make up 92 percent of all immigrants imprisoned for unlawful entry and reentry. But Attorney General Sessions still wants more. In the coming years, U.S. immigration laws will only get tougher. It is noteworthy that America seriously violates international law, and restrictions are directed only to Mexicans and Central Americans. #MexicanPride #Chicano #VivaLaRaza #Mexico #MexicanFlag #MexicanAmerican #Latino #Mexican #BrownPride #LaRaza #aztlan #xicano #BrownBerets #growingupmexican

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On Sept. 1, 1864, armed forces under Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman burned Atlanta and pillaged farms and towns all along the 300-mile road to Savannah. Today, in border states, one may find statues of Confederate soldiers who fought and fell in the Lost Cause. But since the ’60s, there has arisen an ideology that holds that the Confederacy was the equivalent of Nazi Germany. Thus, in New Orleans, statues of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America, and General Robert E. Lee were just pulled down. Why? Behind this remorseless drive to erase the greatest names from America’s past is an outright extremism rooted in envy and hate. Like ISIS or Boko Haram, they can tear down statues, but these people could never build a country. #MexicanPride #Chicano #VivaLaRaza #Mexico #MexicanFlag #MexicanAmerican #Latino #Mexican #BrownPride #LaRaza #aztlan #xicano #BrownBerets #growingupmexican

Marcos Antonio Huete, a 31-year-old immigrant, was biking to work when he was hit by a pickup truck. As he laid sprawled on the grassy sidewalk, a police officer called to the scene approached to ask for his immigration status before he offered him medical care. Back at the accident scene, federal immigration agents showed up to detain Huete. This incident highlights the fact that any interaction with local law enforcements can lead to immigrants being turned over to federal authorities for deportation— even when injured. And it adds to the heightened tension between the immigrant community and local law enforcement officials. As federal authorities crank up the arrest of undocumented immigrants, a chilling effect has taken over immigrants who would rather let crimes go unreported for fear of being asked to present their immigration documents. #MexicanPride #Chicano #VivaLaRaza #Mexico #MexicanFlag #MexicanAmerican #Latino #Mexican #BrownPride #LaRaza #aztlan #xicano #BrownBerets #growingupmexican

TRUMP'S AMERIKKKA 😠😡This man was hit by a car – but the police officer only cared about his immigration status. Wasicus are heartless! The real illegals are Europeans, they are the ones that need to go back. #undocumented #Not1More

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He's 20, in his fifth semester of physics, and NASA has already recruited him as a student-researcher. His name is Yair Israel Pina Lopez, and he's the youngest student with this distinction. He is Mexican and an UNAM student.
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Violin 🎻 - Latin Rock style with my boys Mento Buru out of Bakersfield. Marcos Reyes of WAR playing percussion.

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“This land was Mexican once, was Indian always and is. And will be again.”- Gloria Anzaldúa. #MexicanPride #Chicano #VivaLaRaza #Mexico #MexicanFlag #MexicanAmerican #Latino #Mexican #BrownPride #LaRaza #aztlan #xicano #BrownBerets #growingupmexican

Being gay isn't a choice, if it were I'd choose to be 🅔🅧🅣🅡🅐 🅖🅐🅨
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