At the Black & Brown Forum in Des Moines, IA, TYT reporter Jordan Chariton caught up with Erika Andiola, the National Latino Press Secretary for the Bernie Sanders campaign. He later caught up with California Congressman and Hillary Clinton supporter Xavier Becerra to talk about the Democratic primary and what Democrats should do to help level the playing field for minorities in America.
These interviews provide an interesting contrast between the 4th ranking Democrat in the US House of Representatives and a courageous young Dreamer whose family and whose future in limbo as President Obama's executive action (DACA) is under attack by Republicans in the courts and in Congress DACA will be ruled upon by the Supreme Court later this year.
Our voices and votes matter. In this presidential election, it is important to make your voices heard. Latino millennials make up the largest number of millennial voters and we have the power to produce the change and leadership we want to see.
This November, it is your time to speak up and vote for the candidate that you want to see lead our country. #weareAmerica
Actress Rosario Dawson formally endorsed Bernie Sanders in San Diego, giving a moving speech on the power of the youth and grassroots organizing.
"You are here because you are talking to each other, not because you are being encouraged by the DMC, not because you are being encouraged by the media, but because you are talking to each other."
Judging by the primaries and media coverage, it seems that everyone loves Donald Drumpf. But what do real people actually think about him?
Yessica from PERO LIKE asks if he's scary or spectacular.
What do you think Donald Drumpf says about who are as a country?