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Latino Population Growth

Latinos Are Growing

ABC/ Univision | Posted 05.06.2013 | Latino Voices

There are 309 million people living in the United States: 265 million were born here, and 43.9 million were born elsewhere. Of those 43.9 million, 47 ...

Latino Birthrate Hits New Low

Voxxi | Tony Castro | Posted 12.03.2012 | Latino Voices

For years, the Edward Roybal Comprehensive Health Center in the heart of one of the country’s largest communities of Mexican immigrants in East Los ...

2010 Census Was Generally Accurate But Disproportionately Overlooked Minorities

AP | HOPE YEN | Posted 07.22.2012 | Latino Voices

WASHINGTON — The 2010 census missed more than 1.5 million minorities after struggling to count black Americans, Hispanics, renters and young men...

The Future Of The U.S. Economy Will Depend On The Hispanic Market

Posted 04.18.2012 | Latino Voices

Latinos are key players in the American economy. But while the present U.S. economy benefits from Hispanics, the future U.S. economy is likely to depe...

Latino Growth Rate Is Decreasing

The Huffington Post | Sara Gates | Posted 03.21.2012 | Latino Voices

Nearly a year after the U.S. Census Bureau announced a surge in the Hispanic population, making it the largest minority group, a new analysis holds th...

Latino Survival In (a Regressing) American Society: Three Components To Increasing Latinos' Collective Influence

Midy Aponte | Posted 10.24.2011 | Latino Voices
Midy Aponte

We may be a large voting bloc and have tremendous purchasing power, but these have not translated into collective influence. It's now up to each one of us to change that.

The Changing Face of America

Michael P. McDonald | Posted 06.18.2012 | Politics
Michael P. McDonald

The Census Bureau projects by 2050, Whites will constitute the slimmest majority in the country as a whole.

Reapportionment Not Necessarily Good News for Republicans

Robert Creamer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Robert Creamer

The just-released census data shows ten states losing Congressional seats. On its face, this looks to be bad news for Democrats. The problem with this logic is that Republicans have a growing problem with minorities.