Black-brown alliance? What’s in it for us?

Black folks more upset about some white guy toting an unarguably racist sign at a Tea Party movement rally, while saying not one word about Latinos killing blacks in Los Angeles...

From BlackAmericaWeb

When Terry Anderson died earlier this month, it caused not a ripple in black America. But it should have.

Anderson was the brother who called himself “The Prisoner of South Central.” He was an auto mechanic who lived in what was a predominantly black South Central section of Los Angeles, before wave after wave of illegal immigrants turned it into a Latino one.

He died from pancreatic cancer, but not before he became one of the leading – and, unfortunately, few – black voices speaking out about the adverse effect illegal immigration is having on black Americans.

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