LBJ School of Public Affairs presents Unpacking the Latino Landscape: 2020 & Beyond with Dr. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto
All eyes are on Latinos in the United States, who became the largest minority voting group for the first time in American history in the 2020 general election. While Republicans experienced the promise of the Latino vote, the Democrats’ performance put them at peril. Now questions about the political, social and cultural landscapes seem unresolved.
The LBJ School will present a four-part series on the Latino landscape, unpacking what happened in 2020; demography and what so many people get wrong about destiny; what lies ahead; and the ongoing transformation of what it means to be Latino/a.
Schedule of events
- January 27: Latinos and the 2020 Election: A Post-Mortem
- February 24: A Deep Dive – Texas & the Latino Electorate
- March 24: Is Demography Destiny? Latinos, The Census, & What Lies Ahead
- April 28: The Genesis of “Latino” & Its Ongoing Transformation