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The Latino Electorate and the 2010 Census

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Uploaded on Jun 9, 2011

This week on dialogue host John Milewski discusses the rapidly evolving Latino electorate in the United States and the political and cultural implications of the recent 2010 Census. John is joined by Andrew Selee, Gary Segura, and Matt Barreto. Andrew Selee is director of the Wilson Center's Mexico Institute and is an adjunct professor for Johns Hopkins University. Gary Segura is professor of political science at Stanford University and director of Chicano studies for The Center for the Comparative Studies of Race and Ethnicity. Matt Barreto is an associate professor of political science at the University of Washington and director of the Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity and Race.

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