By Michael Blanche
“Lazy,” “dirty,” “uneducated,” “job taker,” “illegal.”
Those words do not describe the Latino population in America, a hard working, vastly intelligent, compassionate, and imperative part of America’s success in the future.
Yet, Latino immigrants are often judged harshly by people that do not take the time to look at them as equals, because they were born in another country.
In spite of this bigotry, many Latino families have come here in search of a better
Such is the case for Pedro Rivera, Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Education, and grandson of a Puerto