Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Racism, Not Being Undocumented Has Divided The U.S.

Undocumented immigrants have become the backbone of today's economic and development of our nation.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

September 20, 2017

For those who don't realize that undocumented immigrants have become contributing members in their communities and stake holders in cities across the U.S., undocumented immigrants have been part in boosting the economic well being of this nation and continue to do so, despite the racist agenda by the Trump administration and the extreme GOP elected officials in local, county, state and federal level.
Racism and the belief that Latinos will come a majority in the U.S., which in some states and cities have surpassed the Afro-American population has become a threat to White nationalists, the KKK and neo-Nazi groups including the racist GOP Party political members and their followers.
Racism has been the leading campaign to detain and deport undocumented immigrants simply for the color of their skin, culture, traditions, bilingualism, religion and etc. and no longer because of their unauthorized stay in the U.S.
Their economic empowerment and contribution as stake holders including investing in their communities to make their communities a better place to live in the U.S. has shown that they have become the backbone of today's economic and development of our nation.
Here are some stats, which show their tax generated income benefiting states across the U.S. and in Wisconsin, including the City of Milwaukee.

City of Milwaukee economic stats about Latinos and State of Wisconsin

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