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Redistricting Threats to New York’s Hispanic Congressional Representation

Redistricting Threats to New York’s Hispanic Congressional Representation

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Event Organizer: Center for Puerto Rican Studies

Cost:Free

Join us for our Data Hub Coffee Hour on Wednesday, November 17th, 2021 at 2 PM EST where Carlos Vargas-Ramos presents the implications of the current plans for congressional redistricting in New York State. Centro's latest Data brief shows how recent proposals by the New York Independent Redistricting Commission threaten Hispanic congressional representation and dilute Hispanic representation and voting impact, at a time when Hispanics have contributed to the growth of the state's population.

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