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Hispanic Groups Work to Bridge Competing Interests

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Hispanic Groups Work to Bridge Competing Interests

Hispanic Groups Work to Bridge Competing Interests

Hispanic Groups Work to Bridge Competing Interests

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Hispanic immigrants rallying this spring sent a strong message of unity. But, united under what principles and politics? Guests discuss unity among sometimes very different Hispanic groups in a broadcast from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Guests:

Myriam Marquez, immigration editor for The Miami Herald

Ilan Stavans, professor of Latin-American and Latino culture at Amherst College; author of several books, including Spanglish: The Making of a New American Language; and The Hispanic Condition: The Power of a People

Ruben Navarrette; syndicated opinion columnist for the San Diego Union Tribune

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