Discussion in 'Higher Learning' started by Ya' Cousin Cleon, Nov 16, 2018.
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pitting two marginalized groups against one another
make america mexico again?
I wouldn't demonize Mexicans, but there is a strong class based division and resentment of the poor in Mexico, and all over Latin America, really. It comes from the ruling class of Spanish, and extends all the way down to the bottom of the socioeconomic system. They view immigrants as the "other" and not hard working, it's really sick, but it's the condition of an oppressed people, as far as the lower/middle class.
The elite always have that mindset, it comes from them.
Mexicans have always been hostile towards central American migrants.
Really, is that so? I wonder where black people fit into the Latin America hierarchy?
I wasn’t asking about Africans in the caravan, dude made a post saying Latin American was very classist, so I’m asking where do the citizens of Latin America that are black stand in the Latin American heirachy
As far as the African migrants they make up a tiny percentage of the migrants, that tweet you posted is just another corny attempt to make immigration a black issue when it isn’t
there’s no such thing as a single issue struggle tho
I’m really surprised the cartels haven’t done anything
i dont know what that means
but nobody has answered my question, if latin america is classist, where do the black people of latin america fall in that hierarchy?
you’re asking an obvious question
where do you think
#TeamKeeptheSameEnergy is have a hell of a thread.