Teens Launch Hispanic Radio Show in N.C. Town Leda Hartman reports that Hispanic teens in the small Central North Carolina town of Siler City have launched their own weekly radio show on a local commercial station. The demographics of the region are changing, as Hispanics move in to work in local manufacturing and poultry industry jobs. Local teens are looking for a forum to address their concerns about assimilating, growing up and preserving their cultural heritage.
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Teens Launch Hispanic Radio Show in N.C. Town

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Teens Launch Hispanic Radio Show in N.C. Town

Teens Launch Hispanic Radio Show in N.C. Town

Teens Launch Hispanic Radio Show in N.C. Town

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Leda Hartman reports that Hispanic teens in the small Central North Carolina town of Siler City have launched their own weekly radio show on a local commercial station. The demographics of the region are changing, as Hispanics move in to work in local manufacturing and poultry industry jobs. Local teens are looking for a forum to address their concerns about assimilating, growing up and preserving their cultural heritage.