Status of Hispanics in America
Hispanic academic and business leaders participated in a panel discussion about the status of Hispanic-Americans in higher education and… read more
Hispanic academic and business leaders participated in a panel discussion about the status of Hispanic-Americans in higher education and the economy. Among the topics addressed were the significance of the growth of the Latino population, demographics, what President Obama can do, and the current economic downturn. Following the discussion panelists responded to questions from the audience. Henry Cisneros moderated.
“The Status of Hispanics in America: Challenges and Opportunities” was a plenary session of the fourth annual national conference of the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education in San Antonio, Texas. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Aida Alvarez Administrator Small Business Administration
- Henry Cisneros Founder, Chair & CEO American City Vista
- Lorraine Cortes-Vasquez Secretary of State New York (State)
- Ralph De La Vega President and CEO AT&T Inc->Mobility and Consumer Markets
- Arturo Madrid Professor Trinity Washington University->Humanities
- Maria Robledo Montecel Executive Director Intercultural Development Research Assn.
- Antonio Sanchez President Sanchez, O'Brien Oil and Gas
- Richard Tapia Professor Rice University->Mathematics
- Solomon Trujillo Chief Executive Officer Telestra
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