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Colorado Springs Hispania News (Newspaper) - June 16, 2005, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Vol is. 24 16 de Junto a 23 de Junio 2005 is us St to Solda Dosso Justin Lee \ cd p l Colorado Renaissance festival see Page to hispanic population surpasses 40 million the nation s hispanic population reached 41.3 million As of july i 2004, according to National estimates by race hispanic origin and age released by the us census Bureau. Hispanics who May be of any race accounted for about one half of the National population growth of 2.9 million Between july i 2003, and july i 2004. The hispanic growth rate of 3.6 percent Over the 12-month period was More than three times that of the total population 1.0 percent. The census Bureau estimates the number of asians in the United states at 14.0 million up 3.4 percent. Unless otherwise specified the data refer to the population who reported a race alone or in combination with one or More other races. The tables show data for both this group and those who reported a single race Only following asians in rate of growth were native hawaiians and other Pacific islanders 1.7 percent to 980,000blacks 1.3 percent to 39.2 million american indians and Alaska natives 1.0 percent to 4.4 million and Whites 0.8 percent to 239.9 million. The population of non hispanic Whites who indicated no other race increased 0.3 percent to 197.8 million. The total number of preschoolers under age 5 in the United states in 2004 was estimated at 20.1 million. Nationally 7 percent of the population was under age 5. By race and hispanic origin this proportion ranged from almost l l percent for hispanics to 6 percent for single race non hispanic Whites and for american indians and Alaska natives. Meanwhile the number of elementary school age 5 through 13 children in the nation totalled 36.4 million. Nationwide 12 percent were in this age group with the corresponding proportion ranging from 17 percent for native hawaiians and other Pacific islanders and hispanics toll percent for single race non hispanic Whites. There were 16.8 million High school age 14 through 17 children. Children in this age group comprised 6 percent of the total population. The proportion of people in this age group ranged from almost 8 percent of american indians and Alaska cont on Page 7 Pew hispanic Center offers Fuller portrait of unauthorized migrants contrary to the stereotype of undocumented migrants As single males with very Little education who perform manual labor in agriculture or construction a new Pew hispanic Center report shows that most of the unauthorized population lives in families a Quarter has at least some College education and that illegal workers can be found in Many sectors of the us Economy. Building on previous work that estimated the size and geographic dispersal of the undocumented population the new report offers a portrait of that population in unprecedented detail by examining family composition educational attainment income and employment a unauthorized migrants numbers and characteristics was prepared by Jeffrey s. Passel a Veteran demographer and senior research associate at the Center using a Well established methodology to Analyse data from the March 2004 current population Survey which was conducted by the census Bureau and the Bureau of labor statistics. The report estimates the number of persons living in families in which the head of the household or the spouse is an unauthorized migrant�?13.9 million As of March 2004, including 4.7 million children. Of those individuals some 3 2 million Are us citizens by birth but Are living in a mixed status families in which some members Are unauthorized usually a Parent while others usually children Are americans by Birthright. A the Large number of us citizen children bom to parents with no Legal status highlights one of the thorniest dilemmas in developing policies to Deal with the unauthorized population a said Roberto Suro director of the Pew hispanic Center a nonpartisan research Center based in Washington do. Cont on Page 19pueblo Tendra Una Campana Para la Ciu Dadanna Testado Unidene Caridade Catolica de Pueblo Tendra Una Campana Gratis Para la Ciu Dadanna Testado Unidene Al Saba Doel 18 de Junio. Emp Zando de to Hasta Las 4 de la Tarde in Las of Cinas local Zadas in 429 w. 10th st., suite 101 Detras de la catedral. Is usted is mayor de 18 Anos de dead y a Sido residents Permanente por 5 Anos o 3 sies Casado a con in Ciudadano is eligible Para Alicar Para la Ciu Dadanna. 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