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Growing up Hispanic: Health and Development of Children of Immigrants

Document date: June 01, 2010
Released online: June 01, 2010
Hispanics are the largest immigrant group in the United States and the largest ethnic minority group in the nation. One in five children in the U.S. has immigrant parents. These children face a range of challenges, often caught in their communities’ changing social, political, and economic forces.

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Topics/Tags: | Children and Youth | Immigrants | Race/Ethnicity/Gender

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