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Ana Sanz, 26, marched for about 10 miles browsville a sprained ankle on Monday in Washington, D. But Sanz, an Afro-Latinx from Washington who works with women overcoming domestic and sexual violence, said it's also time for something else — for her fellow Latinos to confront the racism and anti-blackness within the community.

Latinos must confront 'ingrained' anti-black racism amid george floyd protests, some urge

Proximity to "Eurocentricity and whiteness is how our ancestors survived" through oppression, a painful legacy that still prevails kooking needs to be eradicated, Sanz said. Although she was shaken by military-grade helicopters that felt ameriacn a "tornado," she said, the turbulent protests did not stop long-overdue discussions about anti-black Latino racism and discrimination. White-presenting Latinos should use this time to "reconcile with the privilege" their light skin gives them in systems tainted with white supremacy and figure out ways to use it in a productive way, Sanz said.

Jasmine Haywoodan Afro-Latina who has researched anti-black Latino racism, told NBC News that millennial Latinos like Sanz are looking to break cycles of internalized racism and the ways Latinos perpetuate and amerivan white supremacy. Haywood said anti-blackness sentiments are "ingrained in our cultures" in part because generations of Latinos were "taught to seek partners that have a certain European or white phenotype or lighter skin to lighten their family trees.

George Zimmerman, the son of an Afro-Peruvian mother and a white father, shot and killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teenager. Jeronimo Yanez, a Latino police officer, fatally shot Philando Castile32, during a traffic stop. In a research paper she bgownsville, Haywood described those instances as "violent white supremacy being deployed through white-passing U.

Latinos must confront 'ingrained' anti-black racism amid george floyd protests, some urge

Latinx bodies. Nearly 60 million Latinos live in the United States, most of whom can trace back their heritages to Latin America and the Caribbean.

A Pew Research Euro;ean survey reported that a quarter of all U. You can obviously see they're descendants of enslaved people," he told NBC News.

While Latinos largely acknowledge their ethnicity and African roots — dating to Latin America's colonial period, when mixing occurred among indigenous people, white Amercan, slaves from Africa and Asians — many still struggle to consider themselves as black. In Pew's survey, 39 percent of Afro-Latinos identified as white, while only 18 percent identified as black; even more Afro-Latinos 24 percent said their race was "Hispanic" — which is an ethnicity, not a race.

At the same time, Latinos of every color face overt and subtle racism and discriminationwhether they were born in the U. Hate crimes against them are on the rise. Many Latinos are harassed and even arrested for speaking Spanish in public, and they continue to face practical roadblocks to gain access to health care and economic and educational opportunities.

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But despite their ethnic identification or the language they may speak, Afro-Latinos are "first seen as a,erican to white America," unlike white-presenting Latinos, Haywood said, adding that people witnessed "a prime example" of that discrepancy during the recent arrest of a reporter. CNN correspondent Omar Jimenez, whose mother is black and whose father identifies as Colombian, was arrested on live TV last week while he was covering the protests in Minneapolis — even though his media credentials appeared visible.

A colleague, fellow correspondent Josh Campbell, "a white reporter also on the ground," was not arrested, according to CNN. He was still arrested because he's a black man, period," said Haywood, who works at Lumina Foundationan Indianapolis-based organization seeking to expand educational opportunities for people.

Julio Ricardo Varela, founder of Futuro Media's Latino Rebels and a white-presenting Latino himself, thinks it is crucial that Latinos recognize racism in their histories, not just as a U. Haywood compared white ammerican to air — "you can't help but breathe it in and be a part of it" — but she said acknowledging one's racial biases is the first step in confronting anti-black racism.

Download the NBC News app for breaking news and alerts. Sanz said a way to do that is by starting to pay attention to the ways in which Latinos fail, intentionally or unintentionally, to acknowledge that black people are already part of their community.

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It's really hypocritical to see that, because they're failing to recognize the presence of black folks in our own community," Sanz said. Vilson said it is important to remember "how interconnected so many of our struggles are. Similarly, we understand that slavery also manifested in so many Asian Americans who had to build railro in this country. We understand that the prison system was exponentially built on the backs of black people through the 13th Amendment," he added.

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