“Hunger and Poverty Among Latino Immigrant Children” provides an overall picture of hunger and poverty among the Latino immigrant community. For instance, latino children are more likely to be at risk of hunger and experience more poverty than other ethnic groups.  Latino immigrant children (U.S. citizen children with one or more foreign born parent) are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population. In addition, those that are the children of immigrants also face a number of other socio-economic barriers that affect their well being, which are highlighted in this article.

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Publication Date: 11-Jun

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Population Type: Latinos