ABClatino Magazine Year 1, Issue 2 - Page 5

To not forget

In the last few days, several individuals from College Presidents to business People, bankers, and directors of foundations have asked me the same question: How does the Latino community follow the changing immigration policies of the new administration in government?

This has made me think over this special phase of the Latino integration in this country. In my opinion, it’s the right time for all of us Latinos to proclaim our voices and join the millions of women, men and children that pour into the streets to peacefully and democratically resist the xenophobic advances; and evidence something obvious: it doesn’t matter where we come from, what we profess, and where we go to; the only thing that matters is that united by our humanity, our strength multiplies, because at the end of the day… we are all immigrants!

“Give me your tired, your poor,

Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,

The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.

Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me,

I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

Statue of Liberty. NYC - USA

Enrique Rob Lunski P.H.D

Presidente de GET-E360 ABClatino

Mira quiénes somos los que habitamos los Estados Unidos y de dónde llegamos en los últimos 200 años

Watch who lives in the United States and where we all came from in the last 200 years

Más info en: www.latinpost.com

The animated data visualization comes from MetroCosm (via Redditor Megatron_Griffin in the InternetIsBeautiful subreddit),