Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Hispanics Now Second-Largest Consumers in Nation

The implications of the 2010 Census, which estimates that the Hispanic population stands at around 50 million, count in more ways than one.  The Hispanic population of today is beginning to mirror the baby boomers of yesteryear. Hispanic families in 2010 are looking more and more like the “idealized concept of 1950s America.”  Data shows […]

New Census Question in 2020

The first census conducted in 1790 only counted three categories of “race.”  They were white, black, and red.  Fast forward to the most recent census and the amount of choices not only for race, but ethnicity and nationality seem to have exploded. Many people are left confused and some even question why the government should […]

A Media Market That Can Not Be Ignored

If there are any advertisers and marketers still holding out on the Hispanic population they better pay attention to the 2010 Census. Not that the census will open any eyes to the known fact that the Hispanic population in the U. S. has increased dramatically over the years, but this time around experts say factors […]

Hispanic: Not a Race

From community groups and national organizations to churches and the federal government, a highly orchestrated and concerted effort is underway to ensure that Latinos in the US respond to the 2010 Census.  This year’s form is, as boasted by the Census Bureau, the shortest one to date.  However, despite its simplicity, one large question looms […]

Voto Latino Launches Census Campaign for Latino Youth

Check out  why actor Wilmer Valderrama thinks it is critical for Latinos to participate in the 2010 Census. On Wednesday, actor Wilmer Valderrama joined members of Congress and national Hispanic leaders at the Capitol Hill launch of Voto Latino’s census campaign, “Be Counted, Represent!”. Reps. Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.), Judy Chu (D-Calif.), and Michael Honda (D-Calif.) […]