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We have a detailed comparison of race and ethnicity but to summarize: There is, of course, overlap between many of these.
For example, Czech can be both a nationality and ethnicity. Afro-Latinx people may identify as Black, there are many White Latinos, as well as indigenous Latino populations who are neither white nor black.
Now it relates to the contemporary nation of Spain, its history, and culture; a native of Spain residing in the United States is a Hispanic.
Latino refers more exclusively to persons or communities of Latin American origin.
S., they are often used haphazardly to refer to race as well. "Hispanic" is used more often in states such as Florida and Texas.
As such, personal adoption of the terms is rather low. Specifically, to Latin America, to people from the Caribbean (Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic), South America (Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, Peru, etc.) and Central America (Honduras, Costa Rica, etc.)Was first adopted by the United States government during the administration of Richard Nixon It has been used in the U. The term Hispanic is derived from the Latin word for "Spain," while Latino is derived from Spanish word for Latin but which as an English word is probably a shortening of the Spanish word latinoamericano, which in English means "Latin American." According to a survey released by the Pew Hispanic Center, only 24% of "Hispanic" adults said they most often identified themselves as Hispanic or Latino.
It doesn't really matter if I'm refer to as a Hispanic (for purpose of the language) but I really prefer the term Latino, since It makes me part of a region that I love, protect and respect.
I vibrate with the power of salsa music (Puerto Rico, Cuba and Colombia), I enjoy delicious churrascos ( Brazil and Argentina), I love the peaceful sounds of Andean Music (Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia), I learn how to eat gallo pinto (Costa Rica), a couple of taquitos (Mexico).
That way I'll include both my parents' nationality.These qualities help people remember where they came from, and inspire us to do do even better than those that came before us by learning what they can teach us.