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The Debate Surrounding Black and Latino Relations in the Contemporary United States

Greenblatt, Marielle Paloma; Smith, Raymond Arthur

Though often presumed as allied under the “minority” umbrella, Black-Latino racial relations in the United States have gained recent notoriety as contentious. In turn, this media attention has been criticized as conservatives attempting to divide and isolate minority groups, and has provoked a surge in community initiatives hoping to alleviate any inter-ethnoracial tension between Latinos and Blacks.

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Political Science
Series
Majority Rule and Minority Rights Issue Briefs
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October 30, 2015
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