Set of data visualization posters that explore the likeness and differences between immigrants and their second-generation children. The focus of the data lies on Hispanic immigrants and creates context and comparisons between this population group and other racial groups in the United States. Demographic facts like growth projections, population distribution, and data comparisons help illustrate the idea that second-generation immigrants are seemingly better off than their first generation counter-parts. The project deals with topics of identity, assimilation, and quality of living for different racial groups in the United States.
Project awarded with the Coveted Ralph Award at Creative Summit 28 in San Marcos Texas in 2015.