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Among those who spoke at the Democratic National Convention was the mayor of San Antonio, Julian Castro. Who exactly is Julian Castro and what does he believe? Looking at his upbringing, we find that his mother helped to found La Raza Unida ("The Race United"), eventually becoming the chairman of the Bexar County Chapter of the La Raza Unida Party. The now-defunct La Raza Unida was a radical, separatist, anti-white, socialist organization that sought to create a Chicano state within U.S. borders.
It's been a long time since any Texas Democrat was relevant on the national stage — think then-state Treasurer Ann Richards in 1988 — but a couple of young and very ambitious brothers from San Antonio hope to change that next week at the party's national convention in Charlotte, N.C.