Columbia County Latinos Lead Procession for Respect and Dignity
On Wednesday, February 18th, members of the Columbia County Latino community and their allies will join together for a community walk, entitled Procession for Respect and Dignity.
The walk is organized by the new group Latinos Unidos para un Futuro Mejor (LUFM, or Latinos United for a Better Future), and is a public demonstration of the faces of Columbia County's Latino Community that has been under attack for the last eighteen months by ballot measures 5-190 and 5-191. The Procession for Respect and Dignity will bring our neighbors and ourselves out of the shadows and show honest, responsible community members that work hard to support families and contribute to the local economy.
A racial group is going to march around and demand that illegal aliens be treated with respect. And it's insulting that "Latino groups" keep insinuating that illegal aliens and Hispanics are one and the same.
Racial groups don't need to unite, Hispanics don't need to come out of the shadows and illegal aliens don't deserve respect. There is no dignity in illegal work.