The Martinez family stands in front of their home in New Jersey. During a speech at her graduation, Alondra said to her parents: "Mamá, papá, lo logramos." Mom, dad, we made it.
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The further away people with Hispanic ancestry are from their immigrant roots, the less likely they are to identify as Hispanic or Latino, a new Pew Research Center study finds.
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Dr. Laura Murillo, president/CEO of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, said Tuesday's meeting with President-elect Donald Trump's transition team offered a good sampling of Latino views.
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When Latino colleagues from across NPR shared their families' immigration stories for Hispanic Heritage Month, they exposed a rich array of experiences: loss, longing, contradiction and triumph.