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StudioTulsa
3:34 pm
Thu October 2, 2014

The Hispanic Resource Center at TCCL's Martin Regional Library Hosts a Talk by Roberto Suro

Aired on Thursday, October 2nd.

When the TCCL's Martin Regional Library opened its Hispanic Resource Center in 1999, the noted author and journalist Roberto Suro was the inaugural speaker. Now, as this facility marks its Quinceañera (or 15th Anniversary), Suro returns to the Hispanic Resource Center to talk about his latest book, "Writing Immigration: Scholars and Journalists in Dialogue," and to discuss changes in the U.S. Latino community over the past decade and a half. Suro's address is free to the public, and it happens tonight (Thursday the 2nd) at 7pm at the Martin Regional Library (2601 S. Garnett Road).

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Local & Regional
1:04 pm
Thu May 17, 2012

Census: Hispanics Remain Largest Oklahoma Minority

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A U.S. Census Bureau report shows Hispanics remain the largest minority group in Oklahoma with the Native American population making gains.

The 2011 Census estimates show that Hispanics make up 9.1 percent of Oklahoma's estimated 3.79 million residents and that the Native American Alaskan Native group makes up 8.9 percent. Native Americans and Alaskan Natives are counted as one group by the bureau.

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