Interesting article from the Washington Post
about the differences between the National Council of La Raza and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People:
At year's end, the leaders of the nation's largest African American and Hispanic civil rights organizations will step down on the same day -- a first. But despite the common timing, the transitions highlight differences in the two organizations' outlooks and agendas.
Janet Murguia, the incoming president of NCLR, says that she wants better relations with the White House and will make integration of immigrants a top priority. Those are both good steps in the right direction.