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Latino Perspectives 10 Years Later / by Maria Hinojosa | September 9, 2011

Latino Perspectives 10 Years Later

The sights and sounds of 9/11 are seared into our collective memories. Dazed and exhausted rescue workers rushing toward the rubble. Ash-covered office workers lining the streets of Lower Manhattan. Tear-streaked faces of onlookers searching for loved ones. It was a national nightmare that has been difficult to awaken from… even now, a full decade down the road.

Yet sleepwalking through these times is not an option. Particularly in the Latino community, there is a need to stay uniquely aware of where we are and where we’re going as a community and country. Maria Hinojosa talks to the ACLU’s Executive Director Anthony Romero about our civil liberties.

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