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One-Third America: U.S. Minorities at 100 Million

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One-Third America: U.S. Minorities at 100 Million

One-Third America: U.S. Minorities at 100 Million

One-Third America: U.S. Minorities at 100 Million

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The latest United States Census Bureau data shows ethnic minorities now account for one-third of the population. The effects of America's shifting demographics can be seen in states across the country, including New Jersey. Immigration reporter Elizabeth Llorente talks with Michel Martin about how the growth in Asian and Hispanic residents is changing the state.