By Blanca Rubio and Evan Low
More than 50 years have passed since President Lyndon Johnson heralded ethnic newspapers for their role in building American unity.
“Your publications represent one of the most American of all our American institutions,” Johnson told a roomful of publishers in the East Room of the White House. “Beyond this moment, beyond this hour, beyond this year, we must work for a better America — for all Americans…(t)his is the work we must always do.”
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