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The State of Latino's in Minnesota with Jesse Bethke Gomez, Part 2

From: KQAL
Series: Culture Clique
Length: 30:54

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Latinos have been living in Minnesota for generations. The first record of Latino residents date back to the 1860's. Since the 1990 Census, the state’s Latino population has more than tripled. Today on Culture Clique we feature part two of our interview and lecture on The State of Latino's in Minnesota with Jesse Bethke Gomez. We ask Jesse about interracial relationship and how it effects demographics as well as preserving culture.

Jesse_small Latinos have been living in Minnesota for generations. The first record of Latino residents date back to the 1860's. Since the 1990 Census, the state’s Latino population has more than tripled, increasing from about 54,000 to more than 175,000 people in 2004. The majority of Minnesota's Latino population are not immigrants. Sixty percent are native-born citizens. More than 11,000 -others are naturalized citizens. Today on Culture Clique we feature part two of our interview and lecture on The State of Latino's in Minnesota with Jesse Bethke Gomez. We ask Jesse about interracial relationship and how it effects demographics as well as preserving culture. Jesse is the President of CLUES. CLUES is Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio; a leading provider of language and culturally competent Services in Behavioral Health, Aging Well Services, Family Services, Community Health Promotions, Economic Advancement Services (Employment, ESL & Adult Education and The Learning Together Program) for Minnesota’s Latino population. CLUES is among the Top 25 Hispanic Non-profit Agencies in America - Hispanic Business Magazine 2007).

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Latinos have been living in Minnesota for generations. The first record of Latino residents date back to the 1860's. Since the 1990 Census, the state’s Latino population has more than tripled, increasing from about 54,000 to more than 175,000 people in 2004. The majority of Minnesota's Latino population are not immigrants. Sixty percent are native-born citizens. More than 11,000 -others are naturalized citizens. Today on Culture Clique we feature part two of our interview and lecture on The State of Latino's in Minnesota with Jesse Bethke Gomez. We ask Jesse about interracial relationship and how it effects demographics as well as preserving culture. Jesse is the President of CLUES. CLUES is Comunidades Latinas Unidas En Servicio; a leading provider of language and culturally competent Services in Behavioral Health, Aging Well Services, Family Services, Community Health Promotions, Economic Advancement Services (Employment, ESL & Adult Education and The Learning Together Program) for Minnesota’s Latino population. CLUES is among the Top 25 Hispanic Non-profit Agencies in America - Hispanic Business Magazine 2007).