Free Latino USA audio roundtable discusses variety of issues impacting Latino community in 2010

Latino USA’s Maria Hinojosa recently spoke to a panel of social, political and cultural experts to get their thoughts on the future of Latinos in the U.S. The radio panel, which can be heard by clicking here, includes:

Angelo Falcón
Angelo Falcón founded the Institute for Puerto Rico Policy in New York in the early 1980s. In 2005 the organization changed its name to the National Institute for Latino Policy (NiLP) in an effort to better reflect the changing dynamics of Latino policy and politics in the U.S

Marcos Najera
Marcos Najero has contributed to Latino USA as the Latino Affairs reporter for NPR member station KJZZ based in his native Phoenix, Arizona. He has produced radio and television programming for children and works as a theatre actor and writer.

Xeni Jardín
Xeni Jardín has traveled throughout Latin America and produced the “Xeni Tech” segments for NPR’s Day to Day program but is best known as a co-editor for the interactive weblog known as boingboing.net.