How Mexicans saved a dying US town
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How Mexicans saved a dying US town

Guymon in Oklahoma was on its way to becoming a ghost town.

Then Mexican immigrants arrived 20 years ago after a food processing plant opened.

Since then, they've been responsible for an economic boom.

Video by Angélica M Casas, produced by Luis Fajardo

This video is part of ¿Hablas español?, a recent BBC road trip around the US to show the power of the Spanish language and Latinos in the age of Trump. You can see what they discovered in Spanish at BBCMundo.

  • 15 Dec 2019
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