April 1, 2011 | NPR | Original Article

Population Growth Poses Challenges For Hispanics

Hispanics are the fastest growing population in the U-S, according to new census figures. The data reveals that the number of Hispanics has by grown 43% in the past ten years. This week, President Obama held a town hall meeting in Washington D.C, to discuss challenges facing Hispanics. The event was convened by leading Spanish language TV network, Univision. To explore the impact of that population growth on Hispanics, host Michel Martin speaks with Jorge Ramos, longtime anchor of the network's nightly newscast.

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