Defining Us: What is Latinx power actually like in America?

Defining Us: What is Latinx power actually like in America?

Crooked Minis - October 10, 2018 - 1:12:18

In the last episode of their special series, Julissa Arce and Grace Parra discuss what it means to be nearing majority status but not hold majority power. They sit down to talk to Ana Valdez from the Latino Donor Collaborative to discuss the economic power of Latinos in the US. Then Julissa talks to Diane Guerrero from Orange Is The New Black to discuss how important it is Latinos get out and vote in November. Don't forget to go to votesaveamerica.com right now, you can pledge to vote and get involved in campaigns going on in your community!

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