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The U.S. Latino population has risen to 62,647,044, representing 18.9% of the nation’s population, according to new Census Bureau estimates.
Shiny cars screeching down the road. Grocery stores filled with bright lights and food-stuffed aisles. TV screens flickering colorfully.
Cesar Ramirez stepped – mesmerized – into American life for the first time as a child.
Latinos are driving the U.S. economy thanks to a rise in population, workforce participation, entrepreneurship, and economic contributions.
But progress is hampered by COVID-19, discrimination, and wage disparities.
Latino immigrant families experience greater threats from a negative immigration climate that can lead to increased anxiety for children and difficulty paying attention in school, according to a new study from the