"The Emerging Hispanic Electorate: The Young Giant Awakens," a survey of 1,500 Hispanics, ages 16 to 29, has just been released by Democracia, and contains both good and bad news for big and little "d," democratic politics.
To win jobs for all, it requires a multi-racial united movement.
Question nine on the census form raises a big question on race and self-identity.
All workers have a big stake in fight for immigrant rights and should reject those who are trying to use that issue to drive a wedge between people -- black, brown and white.
Many celebrated in August the founding of the Young Lords Party in New York. But the Young Lords started in Chicago. The following is a brief history of that time and place.