Seven Texans on the Emerging Hispanic Plurality

Seven Texans on the Emerging Hispanic Plurality

how tejanos are changing TexasWhile the growth of the Hispanic population in Texas isn’t shifting the state’s politics as quickly or predictably as many Democrats assumed it would, it is transforming the state in other notable ways. Texas Monthly spoke with experts about how Tejanos are touching everything from cuisine to pop culture to entrepreneurship.  Read Next Why Democrats Are Losing Texas Latinos By Jack Herrera Lorenzo Gomez IIIChairman of Geekdom, a San Antonio coworking spaceI’m seeing more Hispanic-led start-ups. They are targeting needs that have always been issues in the Hispanic community but are using tech to solve them. Braustin Homes, for example, is making buying a mobile home easier. FloatMe will give you cash advances in small amounts for emergencies. The Hispanic entrepreneurs you see today are…View Original Post

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