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Latino Immigration

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Latino Immigration

Latino Immigration

Latino Immigration

Only Available in Archive Formats.

GUESTS: Roberto Suro Author, Strangers Among Us: How Latino Immigration Is Transforming America [Knopf, 1998] Staff writer, The Washington Post Lionel Sosa Author The Americano Dream [Dutton, 1998] 12 million foreign-born Latinos live in the US — America's fastest growing minority group. The story of Latino immigration is vast and varied, from the Puerto Ricans who came to East Harlem in the 1950s to the California-bound Mexicans today. Ray Suarez and guests take a look at why they came, why the migration continues, and how Latinos have transformed modern American society.

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