Robert Huizar

Loyola Marymount University

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The results are still coming out from  last year's census , and it's no surprise that  Hispanics  still account for most of California's growth, although the rate slowed down in the…

Diversity within Diversity: 'Latinos' in Los Angeles

The results are still coming out from last year's census , and it's no surprise that Hispanics still account for most of California's growth, although the rate slowed down in the…

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