Jose Arrellano, with Homeboy Industries, speaks during a panel on racism as Pastor Traci Blackmon looks on Friday at the World Meeting of Popular Movements at Central Catholic High School in Modesto.
Jose Arrellano, with Homeboy Industries, speaks during a panel on racism as Pastor Traci Blackmon looks on Friday at the World Meeting of Popular Movements at Central Catholic High School in Modesto. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com
Jose Arrellano, with Homeboy Industries, speaks during a panel on racism as Pastor Traci Blackmon looks on Friday at the World Meeting of Popular Movements at Central Catholic High School in Modesto. Joan Barnett Lee jlee@modbee.com

‘I wasn’t Mexican enough, I wasn’t white enough,’ says racism panelist

February 17, 2017 04:04 PM

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