Posted on May 20, 2019 by Michelle Skidmore

Rogelio Saenz How do you stop a locomotive from gaining speed and power? The Latino population is that engine, the one that has propelled the U.S. population over the last several decades. Rogelio Sáenz, professor in the UTSA Department of Demography, discusses the U.S. population trend in new essay titled: “The Politics of the 2020 Census,” featured as lead article in La Voz de Esperanza, June 2019 edition.

Sáenz is a prolific writer, often addressing issues related to immigration, race and ethnicity, social justice and human rights. His articles have appeared in multiple local, national, and international media outlets.

Read the full article in La Voz .

— Michelle Skidmore