Marco Rubio Sends (Yet Another) Unverified Venezuela Tweet, Blaming Power Outage on a ‘German Dam,’ Unaware That ‘Germán Dam’ Is a Journalist
Step away from the Twitter, senator.
“I’ve always felt proud of who I am and where I come from,” is one of the quotes the widely-read magazine decided to highlight—ironically.
How This Group of Detroit Chingonas Clapped Back Against Negative Mexican Stereotypes and Caught the Attention of Washington
.“I just thought the images were really offensive,” she said. “Unfortunately, these images portray Mexicans as drunkards or prone to violence. These racist and derogatory messages are harmful to our country,” Detroit City Councilwoman Raquel Castañeda-López told Latino Rebels.
It’s 2019. Why are we still having to explain this?
“I feel like my rights are just being, you know, violated.”
“My daughter captured this situation while working. My poor baby was frightened but cannot believe this continues to happen,” said the woman who posted the incident.
A WalletHub report considered Hialeah, Florida, as the least “diverse” city in the United States.
The remarks received a mixed response from the audience, with boos and cheers coming into the audio recording of the concert.
Swimming across the Río Grande and broadcasting it? This is just exploitative and wrong.
You might hate us, but you sure love making fortunes from our culture.