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Seven of the fastest growing Latino communities in America are located in Virginia, but what many other Americans believe about them is still based on stereotypes. Reporter Lydia Wilson spoke with two scholars from William and Mary college about this rapidly growing demographic and efforts to dispel those stereotypes...

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