After El Paso shooting, Mexican Americans can no longer be ambivalent minority


Mexican Americans think of ourselves as both an immigrant ethnic group and a racially oppressed minority. After El Paso, that is a luxury we can’t afford.   By: Ruben Navarrette Jr. , Opinion columnist\ USA Today For many Mexican Americans, it’s a poignant scene. In the film “Selena,” Edward James Olmos plays Abraham Quintanilla Sr. — the father of the famousContinue reading “After El Paso shooting, Mexican Americans can no longer be ambivalent minority”