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Hispanics Join Civil Rights March on Washington

There are 274 comments on the Hispanically Speaking story from Aug 25, 2013, titled Hispanics Join Civil Rights March on Washington. In it, Hispanically Speaking reports that:

Hispanics joined forces with African-Americans on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington during which, among other issues, they again pressured Congress to pass a comprehensive immigration reform .

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bob

Phoenix, AZ

#147 Aug 27, 2013
Brainiac2 wrote:
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The vast majority o Mexicans live in Mexico and rarely see an AA.
Because they are racist .. They don't let them in .
Darkness Falls

Houston, TX

#148 Aug 27, 2013
The hispanics were only there to sell negroes ham sandwiches and pork rinds from their roach coaches, not march.
Ricardo Valdez

Harrisburg, PA

#149 Aug 27, 2013
WranglerJoey27 wrote:
You still never answered me. Why should America's laws on immigration be any different from Mexico's? If we support this illegal abuse, then every city in America would look like Tijuana, Mexico City, Juarez, and all the other crappy cities in Mexico. We have laws for good reasons which I'm sure Mexico do too.
A Cultural Tour of Mexico City

Thanks to the great number of museums, monuments, traditional neighborhoods, historical buildings and cultural centers, the Mexican capital is the city where there is no space for boredom. For those who like history and plastic arts, you just need to walk along the Historic Downtown and discover, practically at every corner, a museum with interesting exhibitions. Music lovers will not want to miss the shows at the Bellas Artes Museum. Chapultepec Park, with the National History Museum at the Chapultepec Castle, and the National Anthropology Museum, require a full day of your vacation agenda. Something no one should miss on this lively city is the Casa Azul, the home where the famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo lived, on the cozy Coyoacan neighborhood.

Things to do

Bellas Artes Palace
Mexico City

Epic murals by Diego Rivera and a Tiffany stained-glass curtain are but two reasons to visit this architectural marvel. You won't want to miss Mexico City's imposing Palacio de Bellas Artes (Bellas Artes Palace), located about seven blocks the west of the Zocalo, next to the Alameda Central Park. Immediately you will see why this grandiose domed Palace is among the most important of the city's myriad sites and attractions. Commissioned by President Porfirio Diaz to replace the previous National Theater that was demolished in 1901, Italian architect Adamo Boari began the project in 1904.
...More
Templo Mayor, Mexico's Great Aztec Empire
Mexico City

Archaeologists are still unearthing artifacts from the Pre-Hispanic civilization at Templo Mayor in Mexico City's Zocalo. Under the hustle and bustle of modern Mexico City lie the ruins of the Pre-Hispanic Aztec capital, once known as Tenochtitlan. At the center of this ancient empire was the Templo Mayor, the most important religious area for the Aztecs. Archaeologists discovered it under the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, located in the Zocalo, in the mid-1900s and excavated in the 1970s. When the Spanish Conquerors arrived, they destroyed the temples and built over the Aztec empire.
...More
Mexico's National Museum of Anthropology
Mexico City

The National Museum of Anthropology reveals life in Mexico from Mayan times to the Spanish conquest. Mexico City, a teeming metropolis of intensity and innovation, has at its heart one of the most important museums in Mexico, Museo Nacional de Antropologia (The National Museum of Anthropology). The Museum contains one of the world's largest collections of archaeological and anthropological artifacts from pre-Hispanic Mayan civilizations to the Spanish conquest. Located within Chapultepec Park, the Museum is one of the most comprehensive and impressive facilities in the world.
...More
Three Days in Mexico City
Mexico City

A kaleidoscope of eras and mementos, of new experiences and splendors from past centuries: that is Mexico City. Here you can jump from one era to the next by just walking across the street. From the mysterious remains of the Pre-Hispanic towns found right in the city’s heart, such as the Templo Mayor, you can go to the colonial era with its endless temples, beautiful houses, and patios with arches and water fountains. At sunset, the best option is to get pampered at a restaurant on the Condesa district, a neighborhood with a captivating Art Noveau style; or at Coyoacan, a colonial neighborhood.


http://www.visitmexico.com/en/a-cultural-tour...
bob

Phoenix, AZ

#150 Aug 27, 2013
Brainiac2 wrote:
<quoted text>
Mexico is a democracy Duffus, and democracies by definition provide citizens with rights, such as election of political leaders, freedom of religion, and freedom of speech which communist and totalititarian governments don’t-jug head.
And that's why your here. They don't know what democracy is.
spud

United States

#151 Aug 27, 2013
Brainiac2 wrote:
<quoted text>
The anti Latino racist USA AAs, such as yo, and your USA Anglo racist buddies who heartlessly exploit these hard-working, downtrodden people by paying them indecent wages are the real parasites Tom.
You're right. The people who exploit illegal aliens are parasites. That would include the cheap labor craving employers and the politicians who cater to them by allowing this lawlessness. You wanna make this about race but in reality it's about the haves exploiting the have nots.
bob

Phoenix, AZ

#152 Aug 27, 2013
Brainiac2 wrote:
<quoted text>
The anti Latino racist USA AAs, such as yo, and your USA Anglo racist buddies who heartlessly exploit these hard-working, downtrodden people by paying them indecent wages are the real parasites Tom.
Mexico is better . you should stay there . They give you everything . USA sucks . People are so mean. You should work hard in Mexico . Lots for you to have.
bob

Phoenix, AZ

#153 Aug 27, 2013
spud wrote:
<quoted text>You're right. The people who exploit illegal aliens are parasites. That would include the cheap labor craving employers and the politicians who cater to them by allowing this lawlessness. You wanna make this about race but in reality it's about the haves exploiting the have nots.
We need to send them home away from these evil people . They are so mean to them. Their home countries treat them better .

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#154 Aug 27, 2013
The moral principles of fairness and decency King mentioned apply to all mankind my friend. King, being a doctor of divinity, which requires a thorough knowledge of such principles, was well- aware of this both from a secular and religious perspective.

Of course he assumed that his audience was of normal intelligence and would never misconstrue his words to mean otherwise. Unfortunately, you are living proof that such trust was partially unjustified.

BTW

I strongly suggest that you read King’s biography as well as some essays about the European Enlightenment which strongly influences all subsequent world moral thought, inspired and motivated the French and American Revolutions,and the writhing of the Bill of Human Rights which King held in very high esteem. Familiarity with such facts will prevent you from uttering statents which are readily recognizable as drivel due to their sheer absurdity.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#155 Aug 27, 2013
I strongly suggest that you read King’s biography as well as some essays about the European Enlightenment which strongly influences all subsequent world moral thought, inspired and motivated the French and American Revolutions,and the writing of the Bill of Human Rights which King held in very high esteem. Familiarity with such facts will prevent you from uttering statents which are readily recognizable as drivel due to their sheer absurdity.

BW

Bob, Brena, Wrangler and Carmiana, I want no further communication with you. Please respect my request.
Ricardo Valdez

Harrisburg, PA

#156 Aug 27, 2013
Darkness Falls wrote:
The hispanics were only there to sell negroes ham sandwiches and pork rinds from their roach coaches, not march.
USA! USA! USA!

Stephanie Seymour in bikini kissing with her son


!MOTHER-SON INCEST:HIDDEN IN SHAME & RISIN

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Teen Arrested for Raping His Mother
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Mom Rapes Own Son
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Mom makes Sextape with teenage son!
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“Work hard at work worth doing.”

Level 10

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#157 Aug 27, 2013
Hispanics are riding on African American coattails...intelligent African Americans know this and don't encourage them. At any rate, their narrative is nothing at all like that of African Americans. They chose their plight, African Americans were not given a choice.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#158 Aug 27, 2013
Brainiac2 wrote:
<quoted text>
The anti Latino racist USA AAs, such as yo, and your USA Anglo racist buddies who heartlessly exploit these hard-working, downtrodden people by paying them indecent wages are the real parasites Tom.
Downtrodden people??? What about a downtrodden country being robbed of it's youth, strength and labor force????
I can assure you, without doing any research that Mexico does not want her citizens being given rights in another country. Mexico wants all illegals sent back to mexico and she wants YOUR country to protect it's borders!!!!!!
Countries like Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Nicaragua are already very angry and despairing about International adoption of their children by middle class barren American and European couples. These countries are constantly bringing in bureacracy to make it as difficult as possible for their babies to be "bought" from orphanages or poor young women and "exported" to rich countries.
They WANT their citizens, they want their citizens to focus on building up these latin American countries instead of focusing outside.
If all Mexicans do is dream of life in America, life in Mexico will never improve.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#159 Aug 27, 2013
If America gives and amnesty to illegals, it will encourage more illegals to come.
What you describe as "illegals" is what Mexico describes as young, valuable, citizens needed to build their country and sustain Mexico.
To adopt a baby from Ecuador or mexico costs more than $20,000 in legals fees and takes almost a year to complete the process.
If these countries wanted their citizens to leave, they would not make international adoption so difficult and expensive.
Haiti, just like Jamaica etc, makes international adoption very difficult. yet after the Earthquake when the country was vulnerable and disorganized, American and Europeans tried to buy babies.
Slovakia , Romania all the poor white countries make international adoption a hellish experience for adopters, because they don't want their children taken away.
You are bleeding another country dry! That's what you should be focusing on.
Jeff Smith

Hollywood, FL

#160 Aug 27, 2013
Liberals R Defective

Canton, OH

#161 Aug 27, 2013
The beaners showed up at the anti- white rally because they thought that Obama would be handing out more free shit. I guess they were wrong.
Brenda besson

United States

#162 Aug 27, 2013
bob wrote:
<quoted text>We need to send them home away from these evil people . They are so mean to them. Their home countries treat them better .
lol
Brenda besson

United States

#163 Aug 27, 2013
teddyr4me wrote:
Hispanics are riding on African American coattails...intelligent African Americans know this and don't encourage them. At any rate, their narrative is nothing at all like that of African Americans. They chose their plight, African Americans were not given a choice.
so true.
Count Frank Frankenhousen

Harrisburg, PA

#164 Aug 27, 2013
Liberals R Defective wrote:
The beaners showed up at the anti- white rally because they thought that Obama would be handing out more free shit. I guess they were wrong.
So say the chickeners, watermelloners, and apple-piers?
bob

Phoenix, AZ

#165 Aug 27, 2013
Brainiac2 wrote:
I strongly suggest that you read King’s biography as well as some essays about the European Enlightenment which strongly influences all subsequent world moral thought, inspired and motivated the French and American Revolutions,and the writing of the Bill of Human Rights which King held in very high esteem. Familiarity with such facts will prevent you from uttering statents which are readily recognizable as drivel due to their sheer absurdity.
BW
Bob, Brena, Wrangler and Carmiana, I want no further communication with you. Please respect my request.
I don't subscribe to King . He is not my minister , Or the law of the law . You are a lost cause . feel free to go to Mexico and help these people out here your just a waste of space.
bob

Phoenix, AZ

#166 Aug 27, 2013
Ricardo Valdez wrote:
<quoted text>
A Cultural Tour of Mexico City
Thanks to the great number of museums, monuments, traditional neighborhoods, historical buildings and cultural centers, the Mexican capital is the city where there is no space for boredom. For those who like history and plastic arts, you just need to walk along the Historic Downtown and discover, practically at every corner, a museum with interesting exhibitions. Music lovers will not want to miss the shows at the Bellas Artes Museum. Chapultepec Park, with the National History Museum at the Chapultepec Castle, and the National Anthropology Museum, require a full day of your vacation agenda. Something no one should miss on this lively city is the Casa Azul, the home where the famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo lived, on the cozy Coyoacan neighborhood.
Things to do
Bellas Artes Palace
Mexico City
Epic murals by Diego Rivera and a Tiffany stained-glass curtain are but two reasons to visit this architectural marvel. You won't want to miss Mexico City's imposing Palacio de Bellas Artes (Bellas Artes Palace), located about seven blocks the west of the Zocalo, next to the Alameda Central Park. Immediately you will see why this grandiose domed Palace is among the most important of the city's myriad sites and attractions. Commissioned by President Porfirio Diaz to replace the previous National Theater that was demolished in 1901, Italian architect Adamo Boari began the project in 1904.
...More
Templo Mayor, Mexico's Great Aztec Empire
Mexico City
Archaeologists are still unearthing artifacts from the Pre-Hispanic civilization at Templo Mayor in Mexico City's Zocalo. Under the hustle and bustle of modern Mexico City lie the ruins of the Pre-Hispanic Aztec capital, once known as Tenochtitlan. At the center of this ancient empire was the Templo Mayor, the most important religious area for the Aztecs. Archaeologists discovered it under the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral, located in the Zocalo, in the mid-1900s and excavated in the 1970s. When the Spanish Conquerors arrived, they destroyed the temples and built over the Aztec empire.
...More
Mexico's National Museum of Anthropology
Mexico City
The National Museum of Anthropology reveals life in Mexico from Mayan times to the Spanish conquest. Mexico City, a teeming metropolis of intensity and innovation, has at its heart one of the most important museums in Mexico, Museo Nacional de Antropologia (The National Museum of Anthropology). The Museum contains one of the world's largest collections of archaeological and anthropological artifacts from pre-Hispanic Mayan civilizations to the Spanish conquest. Located within Chapultepec Park, the Museum is one of the most comprehensive and impressive facilities in the world.
...More
Three Days in Mexico City
Mexico City
A kaleidoscope of eras and mementos, of new experiences and splendors from past centuries: that is Mexico City. Here you can jump from one era to the next by just walking across the street. From the mysterious remains of the Pre-Hispanic towns found right in the city’s heart, such as the Templo Mayor, you can go to the colonial era with its endless temples, beautiful houses, and patios with arches and water fountains. At sunset, the best option is to get pampered at a restaurant on the Condesa district, a neighborhood with a captivating Art Noveau style; or at Coyoacan, a colonial neighborhood.
http://www.visitmexico.com/en/a-cultural-tour...
Mexico needs to close its borders and keep its drugs and people in . The country is a bunch of old run down building that are not used anymore . It might as well be a ghost town . People live in shacks. We need to send her 30 million illegals back to work on there country and bring it out of the stone age . unless they still choose to live that way. They have done nothing in 500 years .

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