Jackboots always come in matched pairs, a left boot and a right boot.
As far as latino immigrants go, I had several Mexican friends in San Diego, when I lived there and they would get harassed (in 2000) by whites and by cops. At least whites and blacks speak english (for the most part), whereas it seems that most latinos don't, so I think that's where "do you speak English" thing is coming from. I can imagine that being a latino citizen amidst all of this immigration debate must suck.
My kids speak fluent French. One day, at a Mardi Gras parade, my oldest pulls me aside and told me that some old man just called me an asshole. I was ready to go kick that old dude's ass...lol
I'm not going to bore you with detailing the obvious culprits like affirmative action. Instead, let me focus on something a little more subtle such as the culture of their churches. Black churches are steeped in racially divisive idealogies such as Black Liberation theology. The whole concept is that blacks are still a suppressed group and need to liberate...and, I don't know about anyone here, but I've never heard of a black man or woman in shackles workin the cotton fields in my time. The entire idea is an affront to the freedom blacks achieved and it impresses upon them an idea that they are victims. That victimhood goes right out the door on Sunday morning and carries over into a feeling of hopelessness when the parishioner shows up to work Monday morning. What should be an encouragement to achieve and rise up has now become a reminder that you're just a victim. So where is the point of ambition? And then external forces like affirmative action to that and it's the elephant in the room no one wants to talk about.