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Suzanne Gamboa

Suzanne Gamboa is a national reporter for NBC Latino and

Suzanne Gamboa is a national reporter for NBC Latino and

Latest from Suzanne Gamboa

6d ago

Latino senators want more investment in Hispanic-serving colleges, universities

Sens. Alex Padilla and Bob Menendez have created a Hispanic Serving Institution caucus to boost investment in Latino colleges and universities.
8d ago

Democrats create bilingual tool to combat disinformation aimed at Latinos

Democrats are trying to push back on disinformation, mainly in Spanish, with a site that provides infographics and GIFs that can be downloaded and shared.
8d ago

The new Latino landscape

The swift growth of U.S. Latinos is reshaping big states and small towns. Meet the faces of a new era.
21d ago

In Texas, anti-abortion rights groups celebrate 'what we have always prayed for'

The passage of Senate Bill 8, the state’s highly restrictive law, has invigorated those seeking a total ban on abortions.
30d ago

Latino lawmakers push for renaming Fort Hood after first Hispanic four-star general

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus asked the Biden administration to rename Fort Hood in Texas after Gen. Richard E. Cavazos, the first Latino four-star general.
35d ago

Fears of Latino census undercount persist despite dramatic growth

Despite dramatic Latino growth from 2020 census numbers, NALEO, a Latino group, said there are concerns of an undercount, especially of young Latinos.
41d ago

Latinos account for over half of the country's population growth

Latinos accounted for 51.1 percent of the country’s growth, rising to 18.7 percent of the U.S. population, according to Census figures released Thursday.
42d ago

Congress is about to get a shake-up. Here's what's coming with new census data.

The stakes are higher than ever before this cycle, experts and voting rights advocates say, with fewer safeguards for voters of color.
43d ago

Latinos' next census task: Get money and power through redistricting

Latino groups expect census numbers will show Hispanics drove national population growth and are pushing them to get involved in redistricting efforts.
47d ago

What will new census data show about Latino growth?

The census data release is expected to show Latinos have been key to U.S. growth, setting off a challenge to see the numbers reflected in political districts.
55d ago

'Racist': As Latino vote accelerates, Texas Republicans seek more restrictions

Latino voters in Texas have increased, including more votes for GOP candidates, as Republicans' proposed voting restrictions will dampen participation, analysts warn.