My last two posts focused on specific issues that unite and divide Blacks and Latinos/as. The article below is a study done by the Pew Research Center. The information provided in this study does have some questionable areas (I say questionable because of the political slant that the Pew Center is known for). Regardless of my concerns with the study, the results of the study were still very interesting. Take a look for yourself!
Quote of the Week“If black folks want to be free, they must want to be educated. Without freedom of mind there can be no true and lasting freedom.”
— bell hooks
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