We need to identified leaders for tomorrow who will lead us towards true change and prosperity. Latinos one day will be the biggest minority group in this country in terms of numbers. But what's the point of that if we don't become unified? We need better leadership. We need to change the perspective that society has placed on us. Will we continue to be at the bottom of the pyramid or will we strive for better opportunities? Education for our younger and upcoming generations must be a priority. For those who remain here undocumented and are hoping that congress will pass an immigration reform; we must also do our part: we need to learn the language, set different expectations for our children, change the negative sterotypes that our gruop holds so common. As an undocumented immigrant myself, all I ask from Congress is for that opportunity to contribute to this country in a manner that will set an example for many. While there are many of those who are wasting a golden opportunity by doing nothing to alter the perception of our group in a positive way, there are those who will. Of course, many of you have read about immigrants, the immigrant/latino community and so forth, but never like this, not in this form. I will not be biased, nor for or against immigrants. I wrote this book with the intent to bring out the misconceptions and misplaced labels that immigrants hold, as well as those negative traits that our group must change. The change for a better tomorrow starts now and it starts with us.
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