For one thing I do not see the legal injustice against the Hispanics to make this a social justice civil rights issue. There are two willing participants being matched up. You have businesses looking for cheap labor and you have illegal immigrants coming here to do it. You would think that if things were so bad that they would be calling back to Mexico telling the people they not to come here and face this abuse...but the fact that they keep coming tells me the opposite.
Another thing is that black people in Latin America are still second class citizens. I can't help but to believe that if we unified with their movement as soon as they achieved their objective and increased power....they would go back to looking at us like they do in their homelands and may join allegiance with white folks who look at us in the same way, in order to win favor with white folks. Also, look at the way Hispanics are attacking and threatening black folks in California.
What we need is black unity and not dilute our PECULIAR interest rising from the PECULIAR INSTITUTION (slavery) that put us in this peculiar predicament. Without power and unity amongst ourselves....others will just use us to get what they want.