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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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A selected qualitative analysis of 200 top films of the same time period revealed that Latino portrayals in film comes in stereotypes and lack of culture reference.
Additionally, non-immigrant Latinos are nearly twice as likely (36%) as immigrant Latinos (19%) to say they or a family member have been unfairly stopped or treated by the police because they are Latino.
The turnaround can be attributed to organizations like the Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA).
* Are Democrats building upon or losing their historic advantage among Latino voters?
Finding ways to pay for college and having flexibility in attending classes are of particular concern for Latino students.
The intersection of American Shakespeare production and Latino culture can be traced back to September 1957 to two unrelated theatrical events in New York.
In order to understand the transformations presently occurring in the Church, Matovina helpfully begins with two chapters describing the history of Latino Catholics in the United States.
National Latino AIDS Awareness Day is an opportunity to encourage increased HIV prevention activities, such as HIV testing, for Hispanics or Latinos.
Arora said the result is that Latino entrepreneurs face higher scrutiny from banks and are more likely to borrow money from alternative lenders that charge much higher interest rates.
Nilda Perez, author of The Leadership Shift: The Strategic Positioning of Latino Business Leaders, explains that this rapidly growing Latino business community is qualified to drive successful business ideas.
"The sleeping Latino giant is wide awake, cranky, and it's taking names," Eliseo Medina, who was then the secretary-treasurer of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), said in November 2012 shortly after election results rolled in.
Blessing La Politica: The Latino Religious Experience and Political Engagement in the United States brings to light a nuanced--and culturally appropriate--version of the complex relationship between religion and politics for the Latino community in the United States.