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Antonio Arellano: Latino voters need to stop looking for “a savior” on the right or the left, and drive social change

Antonio Arellano: Latino voters need to stop looking for “a savior” on the right or the left, and drive social change

Update: 2020-06-22
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On the heels of two dramatic Supreme Court rulings, one upholding gay rights in the workplace, and the other halting the end of DACA for Dreamers, we chat with Antonio Arellano, a 29-year old gay Dreamer and interim director of JOLT, the largest civic organization in Texas seeking to mobilize and empower young Latino voters. Arellano discusses the impact of the rulings on the Hispanic community, the next steps in defending DACA, and the failings of political candidates as they seek the Hispanic vote in November, among other hot button issues. 

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Antonio Arellano: Latino voters need to stop looking for “a savior” on the right or the left, and drive social change

Antonio Arellano: Latino voters need to stop looking for “a savior” on the right or the left, and drive social change

Maria Peña/ Antonio Arellano