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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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Both Catholic and Protestant Latinos have largely been subject to non-Latino leadership in their churches until late in the 20th century, Raising the priorities of Latinos in the church has been a long struggle.
One of their relatively few policy differences places Obama in allegiance with many Latino leaders -- and Clinton on the other side.
Benitez, in 1998, founded Lazos Latinos, a Chicago-based strategic branding and advertising company focused on the Hispanic market.
CHICAGO - "Latinization," a movement of pan-Latino values and trends, is reshaping contemporary American culture, according to a new book on the phenomenon that suggests how to create successful marketing messages, and advises corporations on how to develop Latino leaders and forge better relationships with their Latino employees.
and Puerto Rico as non-immigrant Latinos, and to those born in another country as immigrant Latinos.
The Nosotros Latinos members also refer employees to the company.
* Education, the economy, and health care are the day-to-day policy issues most concerning to Latinos, and their positions on these issues do not map strictly along conventional divides between conservative and liberal stances.
What are some of the main barriers preventing Latinos from completing a college degree?
(1.) "Latinidad" is a term that translates directly to "Latinity." Latinos are typically defined as Americans or people living in the United States who are of Latin and South American descent.
Timothy Matovina's book, Latino Catholicism: Transformation in America's Largest Church, comes at a critical time for the Catholic Church 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.
A new research found that Latino small business owners and entrepreneurs across the U.S.