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Latino

A person in the United States with roots, however defined, in a predominately Spanish-speaking country, especially but not necessarily in Latin America. Latino is an ethnicity rather than a race for U.S. Census Bureau purposes. Latinos form one of the largest American minorities.
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Access Latina is the first multimarket accelerator program designed to help Latina business owners in various sectors reach their entrepreneurial and economic potential through capital and resource investment.
More than half (55%) of Latinas prefer to follow US-based influencers and bloggers who provide access to bilingual content.
Mary's Latina Summer Academy works to instill a desire for higher education into participants, who are young Latinas in the ninth and 10th grades from anywhere in the country.
com/devious-maids-ready-to-move-beyond-the-controversy_article_80941) Access Hollywood last week that he "always knew there would be controversy with the show," but that he feels the series "has done five super positive portrayals of Latina women who are both devious and smart but have dreams of their own and are pursuing them with all the gusto in the world.
We recognize that the Orgullosa woman thrives in the American lifestyle, but remains 100 percent Latina through culture, language and tradition," says John Sandoval, Senior Multicultural Marketing Manager.
These messages are consistent in larger studies and community-based participatory research conducted by Latina reproductive health advocates.
Our second campaign is aimed at improving the reproductive health status of Latina immigrants.
While the high rate of pregnancy and births among Latina teenagers has received a good deal of attention, a relatively scant amount of research has investigated unintended pregnancy and contraceptive use among Latinas in their adult lives.
For many Latinas, women are very much the center of families and communities, so if they're not healthy, their families suffer and their communities suffer," Henriquez explains.
Research shows that growth rates for Latina entrepreneurs and microentrepreneurs are related to factors unique to the Latino community.
Using course transcripts from the entire history of a student's enrollment, 1122 Latina students' course enrollment patterns were categorized into three separate enrollment patterns: transfer path, remedial, or occupational.
All of my life I have had to balance two different worlds, my Latina (Dominican) world, which consists solely of family members and their friends, and the African American world, which consists of my friends, peers, and business relations.