From the New York Historical Society
“In 1960, one out of every 25 people in the United States was of Latino heritage. In 2023, it is one out of five. In 2050, it will be one in three. Latinos are our largest, oldest, most undercounted, fastest growing, and least understood communities. Prizewinning author Marie Arana explains who they are and what they have meant to America.
Marie Arana, the inaugural literary director of the Library of Congress, is the author of LatinoLand, to be published on February 20, 2024. David M. Rubenstein (moderator), co-founder and co-chairman of the Carlyle Group, is the author of How to Invest: Masters on the Craft and the host of History with David Rubenstein on PBS.
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