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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentImmigration · 9 years ago

La Raza (NCLR) has a long list of Corporate supporters, so why do Anti-immigration groups say....?

...that they are some sort of racist group that supports illegal immigration? Can't these Corporation risk everything by supporting them if indeed they were a racist group? What proof do they have to suppor their claim?

La Raza (NCLR) doesn't even support Amnesty.

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Corporate Champions

The Corporate Champions Program secures the overall success of NCLR. The investment from Hispanic entrepreneurs both small and large is a testament to the Hispanic community’s economic significance. These visionaries express their commitment to increasing opportunities for Hispanics with their continued unrestricted financial support, which allows NCLR to maintain and strengthen its administrative functions

AT&T, Bank of America, AstraZeneca US, Best Buy Children’s Foundation, Chevron Corporation, Comcast Corporation, ConAgra Foods, Inc., Cox Enterprises, Inc./Cox Communications, Inc., Dominion, Eastman Kodak Company, Enterprise Holdings, FedEx Corporation, General Mills, Inc., Hallmark Cards, Inc., The Hess Foundation, Humana, Inc., Johnson & Johnson, Lowe’s Companies, Inc., MetLife Foundation, MGM Resorts International, Scripps Networks, Shell Oil Company, State Farm Insurance Companies, Sodexo, Southwest Airlines Co., Time Warner Cable, Inc., UPS Foundation, W.K. Kellogg Foundation, Wells Fargo, Walmart

Update:

@Andy.....RIGHT! prove it by supplying a credible source.

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  • 9 years ago
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    They are racist because Sotomayor was a member and the right wing needed a way to criticize her.

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  • Karin
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    9 years ago

    Justice: Not all Republicans or Republican leaning moderates are racist. I tend toward the Republican side of things, but am not in any way racist. My husband is half-Cuban, so obviously of Hispanic decent, and he and his entire family lean toward the Republican veiwpoint. Many others I know just in my area are the same - not racist, but certainly Republican.

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  • adamek
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    let us know--what could you assert some non Hispanic White team that referred to as itself "The RACE"? And collectively as "Hispanic" is an ethnicity and not a race, you may never understand that via Janet Murguia, the President of LaRaza. She and LaRaza say it somewhat is "racism" to oppose unlawful immigration and amnesty.

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  • 9 years ago

    So your saying corporate backing gives Racist hate groups like La Raza credence ? You do know that the KKK once had corporate sponsors too , so whats your point this time ? that both the KKK and LA RAZA are legit ?-------------La Raza doesn't support Amnesty ya right and sharks don't bite either , what a joke-------------I guess by the total lack of enthusiastic responses to your question we can deduce at least two things , no one cares about you and no one certainly cares about your Hispanic Hate groups and their agenda ------------thats two strikes one more and your out of here ! -------------yeah for us ! bad for you huh

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    The only blatantly racist institution is the Republican party, and about 90% of the white American population.

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  • 9 years ago

    Corporations love illegal aliens. They will work much cheaper than US citizens and you don't have to give them any benefits. When they get sick the taxpayers pay for their medical costs.

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  • Andy
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    At one point Coca-Cola was a sponsor of the KKK, therefore the KKK is not racist.

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