Univision's Ramos: No Stopping Growth of Spanish Making English the official language has been one of the hottest flashpoints in the U.S. immigration debate. Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos says Spanish is already the primary language in many communities around the country amid a "demographic revolution."
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Univision's Ramos: No Stopping Growth of Spanish

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Univision's Ramos: No Stopping Growth of Spanish

Univision's Ramos: No Stopping Growth of Spanish

Univision's Ramos: No Stopping Growth of Spanish

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Jorge Ramos is one of the anchors of Univision's nightly news program. Mariam Balcacer/Listin Diario hide caption

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Ramos discusses his and his family's ethnic identities.

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