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Rosario Dawson pens op-ed piece, claiming U.S. immigration policy fosters “a greater white-nationalist narrative’

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Rosario Dawson, wrote an op-ed in which she says that the current U.S. immigration policy, feed-to, “a greater white-nationalist narrative.”

The 40-year-old actress, who is dating a 2020 presidential candidate, Sen. Cory Booker, shared her thoughts in an article for The Daily Beast in which she moved there was no way around it, to talk about the Home’s administration, the rhetoric is about immigration, a direct link to the Aug. 3-shoot in dallas, Texas.

“It’s a story that the government repeats ad nauseum about a “violent invasion” of foreign troops — the exact same words used by the gunman who targeted our Latino community and shot dead 22 innocent people in El Paso last month,” she wrote. “This is the last week of the denial of the refugees in the Bahamas, fleeing from the devastation of the Hurricane Hotel, as they may be, are “very, very bad one I was, thousands of climate refugees to leave squalid conditions.”

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The star points out the importance of telling the positive stories about immigrants in the US as well as the consequences of a wrong conception of them.

Actress Rosario Dawson at Fashion Week event on February 9, 2019 at the latest, in New York City.
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“ICE raids and hate crimes don’t happen in a vacuum. They will be working as part of a larger white nationalist narrative, as a continuation of the manifest destiny thinking, you want to in the age of Twitter,” she wrote.

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Dawson went on to say, “The truth is, this is a way of thinking that is characteristic of an ancient and still very much alive and well in colonial’s illness. If we want to heal this country’s deep scars, for these problems, we need to look at the causes of, and treatment for them in the spring. When it comes to immigration, it’s more than just a political and economic crisis that we are experiencing now is a crisis of our humanity. And in a way, the debate in Washington is by changing the stories that we produce and consume in our own lives.”

Dawson pointed to a new web-series that she and co-stars in it with the title of “The north pole” as an example of something worth while to tell the stories of immigrants in the country. The series is set in Oakland, California, and follows three young men as they deal with issues such as immigration, conflict, forest fires, racial tensions, and much, much more.

The actress, who fans might know from roles in movies such as “Rent,” “men in Black II,” and “he Got Game” is also well-known for her political activism. She is back in stride. Bernie Sanders’ 2016 campaign for president, and then endorsed the Green y candidate, Jill Stein, ever, Hillary Clinton beat out of him. She is also the co-founder of Voto Latino, a nonpartisan group that encourages young Latinos to register to vote and be more politically active.

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In March, she confirmed that she was out of Booker, and made it clear earlier this month that they will be fully on his bid for the presidency in the 2020 election.

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