I have noticed that since I was an undergraduate, now working in academia, most of the Chicano professors are married to white women (WHAT AN OXYMORON). I know this is a rather-sensitive matter and no one seems to want to talk. A Xicana Scholar in San Antonio Dear Wabette: Your assumption is correct.
I watched the brown pride marches of the early 1970s and heard the shouts of La Raza and how it was going to be different now that the "Chicano" had arrived.The Mexicans were going to change things for the greater good.I remember when President Ronald Wilson Reagan gave amnesty to some 5 million illegal Mexican immigrants and how this was going to change things once and for all, bringing the Mexicans into American society with welcome arms and citizenship. And here we are: Mexico might not be falling, as you say, but the police, the Army or the citizens seem unable to stop the killing.pal, University of Southern California professor Jody Agius Vallejo, whose book Barrios to Burbs: The Making of the Mexican-American Middle Class was just released in paperback (with a rambling intro by your favorite Mexican).Her pioneering research shows how, contrary to Know Nothing assertions, Mexicans are following the same assimilation and financial achievement patterns as previous immigrant groups.
Can't argue with facts, yet I'm sure you will, which only shows why your kind deserves your half-brown grandkid destiny.Dear Mexican: I have always wondered why high-achieving Mexican-American men tend to date/marry white women.Predominantly Latino school districts in Santa Ana and Los Angeles are failing, the Latinas are having babies out of wedlock at the rate of Guatemalans and the young Latinos are still tagging and banging.I believe Mexicans re-colonizing not only the Southwest but of most of America is only a matter of time, with brown pride and illegitimate children filling this great country. History does not paint a very bright future for a Latino-controlled America.Reading The Turner Diaries to Prepare Dear Gabacho: Sure it does!Rather than me offering you my usual pendejadas, I'll direct you to the research of ¡Ask a Mexican!