Being Mexican-American means having two awesome nationalities. On the flipside, being part of both cultures can leave you feeling invisible as Andrew Sanchez says. You sometimes don’t know where you are from exactly or which group to identify with more. What’s helped him define himself is his family and their efforts to help him live a better life.
mitú challenges you to tell us what being a Latino in the US means to you in your own story, with a social media post, a meme, or any way you feel most comfortable using #WeAreAmerica. Together, we will create a beautiful portrait of what it means to be Latino in the US.
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These immigration policies could decide whether or not your family is ripped apart by deportation. The supreme court will rule on Obama’s proposed DACA and DAPA in June, 2016. Get informed here and get the word out.
“We are told that we drain the country of it’s benefits and resources.”
No more “you don’t look American.” No more calling us “criminals.” No more. Diego Boneta, Nicholas González and Vanessa Vasquez are just a few of the celebs lending their voice to the #WeAreAmerica campaign to set the record straight about Latino Americans in the United States.