http://articles.cnn.com/2012-03-28/p..._s=PM:POLITICS"The fact that George Zimmerman is Latino is irrelevant to his actions," [said Lisa]Navarette, who is an adviser to Murguia, said in response to the criticism. "Personally that's the media's fault. Everything has to fit into a narrative and a paradigm. Initially it was a white guy who shot a black kid. Now they've split the difference," she said.
So La Raza seems to be blaming the media for their narrative? Wow. It's a good thing she brought that up. I wonder if that has been discussed here on the BBS?
So is the online Latino community presente.org
Curious. I'm not sure I've heard that from La Raza before. I mean, turning their backs on one of "the race".“The Latino community joins the African-American community and other communities in condemning George Zimmerman as what he is – a murderer and a racist,” Roberto Lovato, co-founder of the online Latino advocacy organization Presente.org, told The Daily Caller.
Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/03/29/la...#ixzz1qhstAixW