The Future of Latinos in the US: GLO Fellows Constant & Massey in Yale

GLO Fellows Constant and Massey give keynotes at Yale University

GLO Fellows Amelie F. Constant (Princeton University and UNU-MERIT) and Douglas S. Massey (Princeton University) will  give keynotes at Yale University on April 8-9, 2017 at the Northeast Roundtable for the Future of Latinos conference – a project of the American Bar Association. The other keynote speakers are Juan Cartagena (President and General Counsel of LatinoJustice) and Carmen Teresa Whalen (Williams College).

Constant and Massey have co-authored the White PaperLatinos in the Northeastern United States: Trends and Patterns.” It is now available as GLO Discussion Paper No. 60.

Based on U.S. census data, Latinos in the Northeast grew from 1.9 million in 1975 to 7.7 million in 2015, constituting 10.5% of the regional population in 2015. They are predominantly documented and the majority is U.S. citizens.