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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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LATINA Style Inc., the premier company addressing the needs of professional Latinas in the United States, named Rios as one of the Top 12 Corporate Latina Executives of the Year.
"Our 'Empowering Latinas' program is an authentic way to speak to, engage and build long-term relationships with this vital segment of our country's rapidly-changing demography," saidCara Whitley, chief marketing officer, Century 21 Real Estate.
The annual rally is one way in which the organization reaches Rochester's Latina population, but it took some time to get there.
Karen Elmir: Being born into a Latin America family is in my opinion what makes a Latina. Practices and hobbies of the Latin culture are very unique.
LatinaMeetup was created by Danay Escanaverino, a Latina entrepreneur and founder of LunaSol Media, a digital agency connecting clients to the Hispanic/Latino market.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 25, 2018-Comcast contributes to Latinas in Tech
"Preparing the LATINA Style 50 Report is an exhausting process that takes intense research and study.
I often hear things like, 'You don't look Latina enough' and that mentality is so backwards.
En este sentido, se destacan los textos de Pablo Gonzalez Casanova, <<America Latina y el mundo: crisis, tendencias y alternativas>>, que aborda los efectos, prolongados y perversos, de la globalizacion en el continente; de Theotonio dos Santos, <<La ofensiva del gran capital y las amenazas para America Latina>>, que analiza el desarrollo del sistema mundial contemporaneo y su impacto en la region; y de Fernando Mayorga, <<La democracia intercultural en America Latina: procesos y desafios>>, que explora las contribuciones que las comunidades indigenas pueden dar a este concepto.
Con la desaparicion del Imperio romano de Occidente, la Iglesia romana no solo continuo valiendose de la lengua latina, sino que se hizo, en cierto modo, custodia y promotora de ella, tanto en el ambito teologico, liturgico y canonico, como en el de la formacion y la transmision del saber.
One of the key findings from People en Espanol's other study --Embracing the Hispanic Consumer, Spotlight on Latina Millennial--conducted by Cheskin Added Value, found that Latina Millennials are spending twice as much on cosmetics, skin care, hair care and fragrance than non-Hispanic Millennials.
* Over 70% of Latinas and Latina Millennials research online first then go in-store to buy.