The U.S. immigration debate has given way to the biggest explosion of anti-Latino sentiment in recent memory. Using the pretense of fighting "illegal" immigration, racists across America are using the media and political offices to foment anti-Latino hostilities. While it's an honored American tradition for decent people to stand up to the bully racists, anti-Latinos have thus far gone unchallenged. If you believe that it's time to hold the anti-Latino bigots--and the institutions that support them--to account, please say so by signing the Ya Basta! Campaign petition. America will be better for it.
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Elizabeth Figueroa, United States4 years ago Comments: I agree. I've even been told that another Boricua is a spic I've been refused a transfer to a white woman they hired from outside, a white woman who started the same time I did got better pay with no experience. I was put in a dept. with 3 blacks, 1 indian and 1 mexican, because the boss felt I would feel more comfortable. This was the position I applied for and was denied, but I still sit there.
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