AUSTIN (KXAN) - The Hispanic population is the fastest growing group in Central Texas.
On April 4, KXAN and Leadership Austin will host a panel at the Kodosky Lounge in the Long Center for the Performing Arts to discuss the positive impacts that this growth has on the region.
They will also talk about how the influx is influencing the culture and economy, and address what challenges come with a population increase of this magnitude.
How to attend:
KXAN's Sally Hernandez with moderate the event.
- Perla Cavazos, Legislative Director, Office of Texas State Senator Sylvia Garcia
- Dr. Paul Cruz, Cheif Schools Officer, AISD
- Mando Rayo, Vice President of Engagement, Cultural Strategies
- Geronimo Rodriguez, Chair, Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
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