Nathaniel Santos Hernández
With Impeachment Looming, the US Cannot Forget the Root Causes of the El Paso and Pittsburgh Massacres
Trump’s rhetoric, since introducing his presidential campaign in June 2015, has been filled with racist sentiment.
The alt-right bathes in the apparent affection and disgusting ambiguity showcased by President Trump.
What has constituted the detention and removal of non-citizens, and has defined these individuals as “criminal aliens?”
Trump has forgotten, or more likely dismissed the fact, that his words carry gravitas, especially among the communities he has slated for possible removal.
After eight years in office, Obama has proved that rhetoric does nothing but expose inaction.
For the Democratic Party, the youth, or “millennial” vote was deemed critical to success. The approach failed.
Our vote for Hillary Clinton ensures her place in the Oval Office. Our activism ensures that she stays true to the progressive ideals that she championed throughout the primaries.
If we cannot elicit a tacit response, receiving deflection instead of coherent solutions to our problems, who will fight for us, and to be frank, who will care?
The norm continues in Latin America but little has been done to truly fix the problem.
Our voices cannot, and will not be silenced.
Our vote matters. Our voice matters. Our people matter.
What these emails have done, in effect, is encourage dialogue that has allowed for the Hispanic population to actively question their role within the American political system