Young Hispanics Find Hope On Soccer Field
After the antiimmigration rally, David Duke, the former grand wizard of the Klu Klux Klan and Republican member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, had some fried chicken for lunch.
To Paul Cuadros, Duke's lunch symbolized the view many have about immigrants. Duke had just spoken at a rally held in Siler City in Chatham County, which has 300 chicken farmers and a food processing workforce dominated by Hispanics.
"[Duke] didn't want workers living in the towns but he wanted their chicken," said Cuadros, an assistant professor at UNC Chapel Hill's School of Journalism and Mass Communic...