May 29, 2013

Latinos use social media to push for Immigration Reform and have their voice heard.  

Last week an "iMarch" was created on twitter leading to members of congress, who are opposed to immigration reform, having their twitter accounts inundated with messages urging the members to support immigration reform. 


According to Politico, Hispanics - the fastest growing population in the United States - were among the earliest users of smart 
phones because of the demographic’s growing young population, and because many simply could not afford a computer. Today, 72 percent of Latino Internet users say they are on social media sites compared to 58 percent of all U.S. internet users, according to the Pew Research Hispanic Center.


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