The Cosmopolitan Review

Mitchell, Yvonne Delaney
May 2012
New York Amsterdam News;5/24/2012, Vol. 103 Issue 21, p8
In this article, the author talks about the humiliation of the African Americans and the Latino Americans in the U.S. He says that many of the African Americans and the Latino Americans people can be found laid dead in the streets of the many cities in the country giving a sense of insecurity and anxiety for these people. He further talks about the brutal killing of the children.


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