The Yes on Prop 187 Political Coalition

Op-Ed: Villaraigosa: We came together after the 1992 uprising. We can do it now.

This is the second part of a two-part series on the 1992-1993 uprising against Proposition 187.

It was a movement born with a very simple question: what is the right of the people to define what their relationship with the state is? What is the foundation of any state?

As California became more and more heavily dependent upon foreign oil, the answer became clear. The people should be able to determine their own fate.

While this was very appealing to millions of people in California and across the United States, it was a difficult question to answer. No one could answer this simple question, not even the people themselves.

Instead of trying to answer this question, groups formed to try and take action. These groups were called the Yes on Prop 187 community coalition and the Yes on Prop 187 political coalition. And they both became part of the 1992-1993 uprising.

The Yes on Prop 187 Community Coalition was formed on January 20, 1992, in response to Proposition 187, Proposition 22, which would overturn the 1878 California anti-poverty act. Prop 187 was not yet on the ballot when the coalition was formed.

The Yes on Prop 187 Political Coalition was formed in April of 1992 when the Yes on Prop 187 Coalition was disbanded.

The Yes on Prop 187 Community Coalition was originally a coalition of more than 1,500 groups and individuals from diverse communities across the country.

The Yes on Prop 187 Political Coalition had a core of about 100 individuals, most of them involved with the coalition and some of the core members were also involved with the Yes on Prop 187 Coalition.

Both these groups, the Yes on Prop 187 Community Coalition and the Yes on Prop 187 Political Coalition, were formed after the 1992-1993 uprising, in direct response to Proposition 187.

This new political coalition was formed in response to the 1992-1993 uprising against Proposition 187, Proposition 22.

Some of the key issues addressed by the Yes on Prop 187

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