Edwidge had two sell-out events in Washington DC at Busboys & Poets and Politics & Prose. Next up, she is in Los Angeles for an event with the ALOUD series at the Los Angeles Public Library on October 26th. See you there!
You can listen in to her conversation with Virginia Prescott at Word of Mouth on New Hampshire Public Radio here. This was recorded earlier today.
Making up 14.2 percent of the American population, Hispanics are now the largest minority group in the United States. Clearly, securing the Hispanic vote is more important to political parties than ever before. Yet, despite the current size of the Hispanic population, is there a clear Hispanic politics? Who are Hispanic voters? What are their political preferences and attitudes, and why? The first comprehensive study of Hispanic voters in the United States, New Faces, New Voices paints a complex portrait of this diverse and growing population.
New Faces, New Voices
The Hispanic Electorate in America
By Marisa A. Abrajano & R. Michael Alvarez
Read the Introduction: http://bit.ly/bW2JuB