What Is the Latinization of America? Richard Rodriguez Journalist & Writer Brown, a book about race, will be published later this year Roberto Suro Reporter, Washington Post Author of Strangers Among Us: Latino Lives in a Changing America Sylvia Martinez Editor-in-Chief, Latina Magazine The Latinization of America -- it's a phrase as ubiquitious these days as Ricky Martin, Christina Aguilera or the Taco Bell Chiwawa. But what does it mean? Is being Latino different than being Hispanic or Chicano? What does a first generation Puerto Rican immigrant have in common with a third generation Mexican-American? How is American life experienced differently by a Cuban-American in Miami or a Guatamalan in North Carolina? Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at how the broad spectrum of Latinos is part of the Changing Face of the American demographic landscape.
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What Is the Latinization of America?

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What Is the Latinization of America?

What Is the Latinization of America?

What Is the Latinization of America?

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Richard Rodriguez Journalist & Writer Brown, a book about race, will be published later this year Roberto Suro Reporter, Washington Post Author of Strangers Among Us: Latino Lives in a Changing America Sylvia Martinez Editor-in-Chief, Latina Magazine The Latinization of America — it's a phrase as ubiquitious these days as Ricky Martin, Christina Aguilera or the Taco Bell Chiwawa. But what does it mean? Is being Latino different than being Hispanic or Chicano? What does a first generation Puerto Rican immigrant have in common with a third generation Mexican-American? How is American life experienced differently by a Cuban-American in Miami or a Guatamalan in North Carolina? Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at how the broad spectrum of Latinos is part of the Changing Face of the American demographic landscape.