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Larger Latino populations are linked to smaller knowledge gaps between citizen and non-citizen Latinos. So larger clusters of Latino population result in higher rates of knowledge of politics and political processes. Let’s call it political assimilation. This is an important idea when we talk about Latino political participation.

Seriously?! Can I please change species? Mine is broken and it's embarrassing to be associated with most of them.

Seriously?! Can I please change species? Mine is broken and it's embarrassing to be associated with most of them.

That seems a little ironic coming from a company that ends so many innocent lives. I wonder how racist Planned Parenthood founder M. Sanger would feel about that tweet?

Latino Population Growth and Dispersion in U.S. Slows Since the Recession | Pew Research Center

Mexico Officially Recognizes 1.38 Million Afro-Mexicans in the National Census, as Black People Fight Against Racism and Invisibility Throughout Latin America

For the past 10 years, U.S. Senator Harry Reid and the Culinary Workers Union assembled a political infrastructure that harnessed Nevada’s growing Latino population and got him reelected in 2010, despite a strong challenge from a Tea Party candidate.