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Latino Challenge to Black America: Towards a Conversation Between African Americans and Hispanics Hardcover – 1 Sep 2007

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A superficial view of black and Latino relationships in the United States 22 Mar. 2011
By Darryl R. Morris - Published on
Format: Hardcover
This book by Earl Ofari Hutchinson, a noted African American journalist, novelist, and radio and television commentator, was inspired by an misunderstanding with a Chicano poet from his home town of Chicago. Hutchinson discusses hot button topics where Latinos and African-Americans are in conflict, such as immigration reform, jobs, education, and the military, which mainly consist of recent events in California and his home town of Los Angeles. One unifying theme to these accounts is the mistrust that members of both groups have towards each other, and the lack of leadership displayed by prominent members of both communities. Hutchinson's accounts make for interesting reading, and it is a good introduction to the problems dividing these two groups, but the book is limited by a lack of in depth analysis and recommendations.
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The Real Picture Please? 6 Jan. 2008
By Hawaii Howie - Published on
Format: Hardcover
The author fails to see these are Illegal entries into the U.S., he also fails to see it is a form of slavery. His book is well written, however, realizing his inability to see the above, it read as rhetoric. I was somewhat dis-appointed.
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