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Hall Institute Explores “The State Of Hispanic New Jersey” —April 13

NEW BRUNSWICK – An upcoming Rutgers-New Brunswick public forum will offer insights into the vital, ever-changing role Hispanics play in Garden State politics, education, culture and economics … now and in the decade down the road. “The State of Hispanic New Jersey” takes place Friday, April 13 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Rutgers University-New Brunswick in the Multipurpose Room of Cook Campus Center, 59 Biel Road, New Brunswick, New Jersey. The Hall Institute of Public Policy-New Jersey will partner with the Center for Latin American Studies at Rutgers University to present the forum.

“The State of Hispanic New Jersey” features keynote speakers Dr. Mark Hugo Lopez, Associate Director of the Pew Hispanic Center, Washington, D.C., and Rutgers professor Robert Montemayor, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Director of the Rutgers Latino Information Network, along with two dozen New Jersey Hispanic political, educational, healthcare, business and media representatives.

“The State of Hispanic New Jersey” is admission-free and open to the public with online registration here: http://hispanicforum.eventbrite.com.

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