Pittsburgh's New Immigrants

My colleagues Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic have an op-ed in today's P-G that eloquently makes a point that Pittsblog readers kicked around back in July:
Pittsburgh needs more Latinos. Pious, industrious, roll-up your-sleeve immigrants from Mexico and Central America, raring to work at jobs like construction, food processing, restaurants and old age homes, save their money, send their kids to school, move up the ladder and relive the American dream.


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