Truth's Latino series highlights success, challenges that lie ahead

 

When The Elkhart Truth launched its special series “Hispanics at Home?” three weeks ago, we set out to answer one basic question: How well is Elkhart County’s growing Latino population fitting into a county that is still predominantly white?

After dozens of articles, videos and photos, and interviewing more than 60 people, it can safely be said that there is no clear-cut answer to that question.

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