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Topics: Hispanic population

From the Countries



Expecting U.S. Person 300 Million It is believed that the U.S. population will increase to 300 million this fall; immigrants and Hispanic newborns will largely account for the increase. Almost one-half of last year’s population increase was due to the Hispanic sector of our society; white non-Hispanics, who now make up about two-thirds of the population, accounted for less than one-fifth of the increase. It is difficult to estimate how Hispanics affected the U.S. population …

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Minority Targeting: Planned Parenthood Goes After Native Americans



  09 June 2008    Vol. 10 / No. 23 Minority Targeting: Planned Parenthood Goes After Native Americans The American abortion lobby claims to be an equal-opportunity abortion provider, looking out for the needs and wants of all women. Not so. Big Abortion devotes an inordinate amount of attention to Blacks, Hispanics, and Alaska Natives who, in proportion to their population, have the highest abortion rates in America. Now, eager to add another scalp to its collection, …

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US Bishops Issue a New CALL to Latinos



PRI Weekly Briefing, September 24, 2007 Vol. 9 / No. 35 2 October 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 36 U.S. Bishops issue a new CALL to Latinos More than 30 Catholic Latino businessmen and professionals from around the country gathered on 7 to 9 September in the Archdiocese of Denver for the third Catholic Latino Leadership Conference. The creation of the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders (CALL) was announced at the meeting, in response to …

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From the Countries



Expecting U.S. Person 300 Million It is believed that the U.S. population will increase to 300 million this fall; immigrants and Hispanic newborns will largely account for the increase. Almost one-half of last year’s population increase was due to the Hispanic sector of our society; white non-Hispanics, who now make up about two-thirds of the population, accounted for less than one-fifth of the increase. It is difficult to estimate how Hispanics affected the U.S. population …

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