Papers have to prep for demographic shift

September 1999
Editor & Publisher;09/18/99, Vol. 132 Issue 38, p41
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Reports that newspapers in the United States are not recruiting enough Hispanics despite the population's emergence as the largest minority group in the US. Forecast by the US Census Bureau that the Hispanics will surpass African Americans as largest minority group by 2005; Factors why newspapers have not kept pace with recruiting Hispanic journalists. INSET: Recruiting Hispanic journalists..


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