The “Gringo” Game of Cat & Mouse

L.A. Latinos grapple with familiar colorism against Black and Indigenous people in racist tape game It’s a game of “cat & mouse” in which the victims are the two distinct sides of Los Angeles:…

The “Gringo” Game of Cat & Mouse

L.A. Latinos grapple with familiar colorism against Black and Indigenous people in racist tape game

It’s a game of “cat & mouse” in which the victims are the two distinct sides of Los Angeles: the city and its culture and the immigrant Latinx population that live here.

The play, “Gringo,” is an absurd and dangerous game that has all the makings of a racist and xenophobic nightmare. It’s a racist game of cat and mouse as the immigrants and Latinx population are trying to hold on to their distinct culture, in which they are able to be proud of and maintain a long tradition of being proud of their own culture and being proud of their heritage from their country of origin.

It all started in 2013 when “Gringo” players were invited to bring a non-Latinx friend in a public park to play the game. It happened again years later in 2017, when the game was played in front of a group of activists who called for Los Angeles to remove all the street signs featuring the names of Black and Indigenous people throughout the city. It was also played in front of some of the biggest celebrities in the world, including Angelina Jolie. That was in September 2017, but the game was played again more recently and in front of a group of members of the Latinx community.

Last Friday, during the City of L.A.’s Pride Night, the game started and it was played again in front of hundreds of people. The game consists of a long sequence of racist, derogatory, and derogatory slurs against the Black and Indigenous people of Los Angeles for most of the seven rounds of the game.

The game is broken down into three sections:

The first section is the “Gringos:” the white people, which is played in a park. The “Gringos” consist of the players who represent the wealthy, powerful, and white community

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