Latinos, Blacks Come Together in Alabama March

Latinos, Blacks Come Together in Alabama March

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Ed. Note: Latinos, Blacks and a host of civil rights, labor and immigrant rights groups are participating in a historic reenactment of the 1965 Selma to Montgomery Voting Rights March. The event marks the coming together of a broad movement for a renewed call for civil rights in America. A core part of the agenda will demand the repeal of Alabama’s vehemently anti-immigrant law, HB56. The march continues from March 4-9. On March 8, immigration rights will be the focus of the marchers. On March 9, a rally will be held at the steps of the State Capitol.
 

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Anonymous

Posted Mar 9 2012

As a African American Male, i hope when those black nappy head clown an those banana republic clown get to the steps of the State Captial they'll be met with those redneck cops, dogs, water cannons an billy clubs, not for the historic reenactment of 1965 but because they are supporting those lousy lowlife scum of the earth illegals, if those redneck cops would have finish their job the first time around with Jessie Jackson, Al Sharpson an old John Lewis they would'nt be there with those illegals scumbags today, they have no business marching for the rights of those illegals, they don't like African Americans anyway, they should be at that school in Los Angeles.

Anonymous

Posted Mar 11 2012

to the guy be low me im a black man and for you to calllatinas illegalis foolish they had this land first the white man took this land from ther ancestors and killed them and in slave them as the did us but no your dum ass dident know that have you ever notice that the white man keeps the so called black in latinos divied

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