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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Blacks and Latinos

Blacks and Latinos Majority in Many U.S. Counties - What difference does it really make?

News Source: Amsterdam News.com

Back in the early 1960s, R&B singer-songwriter Sam Cooke informed us that ‘a change is gonna come'. He was right, ethnically speaking: In counties such as Los Angeles, less than 50 percent of the population identifies itself as white.

Los Angeles, Chicago and New York may remain among the fastest growing centers for Latinos and Blacks, but according to the U.S. Census Bureau, America's minority groups are leaving big inner cities in rapid numbers, settling in rural and suburban communities. Read more HERE

AAPP: All of this, while three African American college students in Newark, N.J., were forced to kneel and shot in the head. By what police alleged was an illegal alien from Peru who was out on bail for the serial rape of a 5-year-old. What!

The arrest of Jose Carranza in that Newark massacre, amid reports he had Hispanic accomplices and the murders may has elevated the issue of the black-brown war raging in U.S. big cities. Is this what we struggled for in the 1950's, 60's and 70's. Is this (Black) America's Dream?




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