2002 National Survey of Latinos
The Pew Hispanic Center/Kaiser Family Foundation examines how members of the Hispanic community identify themselves, their views of the United States, their experiences with discrimination both within the Latino community itself and from non-Latino groups, their language abilities and preferences, their economic and financial situations and their experiences within the health care system.
- Biographies of Speakers
- News Release: Latinos Share Distinctive Views and Attachment to Heritage, But Attitudes Differ by Language and Place of Birth, Assimilation at Work Across Generations
- Summary of Findings
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