Kristian Ramos of Media Matters for America on Inclusion Matters - 4:36
"The country has just changed. Overall, population dynamics are different than they were before. There's 55 million Hispanics in the United States... that's bigger than most European countries."
Posted Apr 02, 2015
The economy, job creation, education, health care - just a few of the top issues discussed on TV news programs. But are these conversations inclusive of all Americans? Kristian Ramos of Media Matters for America discusses Inclusion Matters, an initiative to foster greater inclusion of diverse populations on television news, beyond a single issue. In describing the demographic makeup of the United States, Ramos said, "The country has just changed. Overall, population dynamics are different than they were before. There's 55 million Hispanics in the United States... that's bigger than most European countries." Visit Media Matters for America Inclusion Matters on the web at www.MediaMatters.org/inclusionmatters.
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