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America's Changing Racial Demographics

The latest U.S. Census data shows that growing numbers of African Americans are moving back to the U.S. South, while Latinos are spreading to all corners of the United States. What are the impacts of these demographic changes?


Jose Hernandez, new resident of Michigan, grew up in San Antonio

William Frey, demographer; visiting fellow at the Brookings Institution; co-author of America by the Numbers: A Field Guide to the U.S. Population

Joe Garcia, vice president of the New Democratic Network

Rosario Marin, member of the Republican National Committee's Hispanic Advisory Committee; current chair of the California Waste Management Board; former U.S. Treasurer

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