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As a minority living in the Bronx I could only say that I am disappointed with my community. I love my community but when it comes to having an open mind and looking at things different we tend to fall short on all ends. It is easier for us to blame others than take responsibility for our own actions. We like to blame our government, police department, and our local politicians.

When I ask people when was the last time they voted? they response by telling me “why should I vote?”, “my vote won’t make a difference”, “Oh please they already know who is going to win” For each time I hear this the only thing that I could think about is how strong our voices would be if everyone in the minority community would vote. Not just vote in the general election but to also be involved in our local elections. I am proud to say that I have voted for my borough president Ruben Diaz JR. and for his father New York state senator Ruben Diaz Sr.

People talk about my ancestors this and my ancestors that, but they easily forget about all the people who died to have the right to vote in this Country. I feel that all the people who died for this cause must be turning in their graves as we take this for granted. As we celebrate our countries Independence we should take time to reflect on all of our countries accomplishment and all of our down falls.

We still have a lot of work to do in our Country as there is still a lot of racism, inequality, and injustice. It is all up to every single one us to do our part to make things better. Lets stop the blame game and lets start taking responsibility for our own actions. There are still a lot of good hard-working people in our community. People who care and people who wish they could do more. We could start by uniting and voting for the right people to lead us. We have to ask questions to our politician’s  that would better us in our community. Money is not always the answer. Getting involved in our community is a good start and opening communication with our local police department with their community affairs officers would not hurt.        





My Name is Joseph Garrido
I am just doing the best I can in life.
I am a writer from the Bronx, New York. I am a married man with two daughters. I write on Social living and Sports. If you know me, you know I love Baseball I only write my opinions that I see and hear from my neck of the woods. I feel people should try to inform themselves as much as they can. My job on this Blog is to give you all the information you might need to know about any cool upcoming MINT PROS EVENTS. I will always write from my heart and from what I am living. I am always looking to make myself better and reach higher goals in life. I have all my faith in God and I know that with God all things are possible. Please feel free to subscribe to my Blog. I write a new article every week and it is post it on Saturday by 9am. I offer a different perspective than anyone else. I guarantee it. FOLLOW BUTTON ON RIGHT CORNER -------------------------------->

2 thoughts on “DISAPPOINTING MINORITIES Leave a comment

  1. Don’t worry about being fair & balance, that will be noticed, just write from the heart. People will either agree or disagree but overall what was written was heartfelt and true.

    Your Brother


    • Thank You For your support my Brother I appreciate it with all of my heart. I started this as a little hobby but I have to admit I have grown to love this. I write from the heart and from what I see and live. Thank You I love bro.


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