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Highlight: “If you look at who’s graduating in STEM fields right now… you have 3% or less of African American, Native American, and Latino graduates,” @SBRAmerica’ Kass Dawson says. “It’s not really the tech companies’ fault… but they gotta start doing more to get students.”

“Regardless of whoever our nominee is, they will need to attract African-American, Latino voters and young voters. That’s the only way that we’ll win.” @XochitlHinojosa  on what the Democratic nominee needs to do to unify the party #Newsnight 

Lessons after Super Tuesday: "Sanders proved that if you invest in the Latino community, they will show up," his campaign said. “Biden won [Texas] by appealing to African American voters and playing at the margins of the Latino vote,” a consultant said.

3/ Reporter@naomiprioleau  from @wunc  in North Carolina says candidates have been focusing strongly on the African American vote rather than the Latino vote –– which is 9 to 10% of the state’s population.

Half of the states voting on Super Tuesday have significant shares of African American voters, including Alabama, North Carolina and Tennessee, and three have Latino populations that make up more than 20% of their electorates.

@EdwardDoyleNH  @NHKathySullivanSanders  came in second in Nevada and South Carolina among African-American voters and is leading nationally among African-American voters. He has a huge lead among Latino voters. The one doing the erasure is you.

Bernie Sanders on weed: "We’re going to provide help to the African-American, Latino, Native American communities to start businesses to sell legal marijuana rather than let a few corporations to control the market.”

Sanders: 'We're gonna provide help to the African American, Latino, Native American community to start businesses to sell legal marijuana, rather than let a few corporations control the legalized marijuana market.' #DemDebate 

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“We are going to fight to raise the salary of teachers in this country to at least $60,000 a year. This country desperately needs great teachers. We need African American teachers. We need latino teachers. We need special education teachers” - Bernie Sanders#rva 

About a quarter of Latino voters are immigrants. Among Asian Americans, two thirds of eligible voters are immigrants, and they make up 8 percent of African American voters.

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New York just decriminalized possession of less than 2 oz. of marijuana, saying existing laws "disproportionately affect African American and Latino communities." It will also create a process to expunge an est. 600,000 convictions.

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This week I will introduce legislation along with many other members of Congress to raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. Doing so would directly benefit over 41 million workers, including over half of African-American workers and nearly 60% of Latino workers.

The federal minimum wage has not been raised since 2009. Increasing the minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 an hour would directly benefit 41 million workers, including over half of African-American workers and close to 60 percent of Latino workers.

Check out the diversity of new House: - Women: 89 Dems, 13 Republican - African-American: 52 Dems, 1 Republican - Latino: 33 Dems, 5 Republican - Jewish: 24 Dems, 2 Republican - Asian-American: 14 Dems, 0 Republican - LGBTQ: 8 Dems, 0 Republican - Muslim: 3 Dems, 0 Republican

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I'm re-introducing legislation in the first week of the new Congress to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 an hour. Doing so would directly benefit over 41 million workers, including over half of African-American workers and nearly 60% of Latino workers.

Under , we have lowest African-American unemployment rate in history, lowest Latino unemployment & more job openings than people out of work. This is a drastic change from the Obama years but if Left wins in November, all this progress could be erased.

NEW: Bernice King, daughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., responds to Steve Bannon's claim that her father would be “proud” of what Pres. Trump has done for African-American and Latino workers.

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Tillerson's State Department has fired or demoted most African American and Latino diplomats: report

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We must end the disgrace of having more people in jail than any other country. Disproportionately African-American and Latino.

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