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The census defines Hispanic or Latino as a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Hispanic culture or origin, regardless of race.Castillo said low unemployment, low cost of living and an abundance of churches make the Oklahoma City area an attractive spot for Hispanics.“Since then, one to two teachers have been added each year.” ‘Culturally diverse' While there has been an increase in Hispanic students enrolling in the district, Asians make up about 40 percent of students learning English in the district, Parks-Schlepp said.The Hispanic population in Warr Acres grew 171 percent to 2,030, making it a city with one of the fastest growing Hispanic populations in the metro area.Castillo said that in 2008 there were 150 members of the chamber. To the south, Moore's Hispanic population grew 134 percent over the same time period to 4,900.Norman's 10-year growth rate was 90 percent to about 7,100.“The growth is continuing and will continue for a long time,” Castillo said. Census Bureau data, the Hispanic community in Oklahoma City grew 95 percent between 20 to just more than 110,000.
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Frankie and Connie Marquez were among the first Mexican-Americans to start a family in Hennessey. (Photo by Warren Vieth, Oklahoma Watch) Warren Vieth David Castillo has seen the city change over the past decade.