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Hispanic and Latino Americans
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Hispanic and Latino Americans are Americans of origins in Hispanic countries of Latin America or in Spain, except in the state of New York, where only people of Latin American origin are included. The group encompasses distinct sub groups by national origin and race, with ancestries from all continents represented. Hispanics and Latinos constitute 15.1% of the total United States population, or 45.4 million people, forming the second largest ethnic group (which includes Afro-Latin American Latino's of African descent), after non Hispanic White Americans (which is also composed of dozens of sub groups). Again, Hispanic and Latino Americans are the largest ethnic minority in the United States, African Americans, in turn, are the largest racial minority, after White Americans in general (non Hispanic and Hispanic).

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White Hispanic and Latino Americans
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! White Hispanic or White Latino Americans are White Americans of European origin. As the concepts of race and ethnicity ? "ethnicity" is used as a synonym for Hispanic or Latino origin ? are mutually independent in the Office of Management and Budget's and United States Census Bureau's definitions, every American is identified by both race and ethnicity. Hispanic or Latino people are those who report origins in Spain or Hispanic Latin America, and they may be of any race, Black, white or Asian. Thus each race, including White American, comprises individuals who are "Hispanic or Latino", which only means that they speak the Spanish language and individuals who are not of Spanish speaking countries.

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Hispanic/Latino naming dispute
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The Hispanic/Latino naming dispute refers to the ongoing disagreements over the proper use of the ethnonyms Hispanic and Latino to refer to the inhabitants of Latin America or people of Latin American descent. Like many other naming controversies there are supporters, detractors, and critics and over the years there has been no consensus to decide which term, if any, accurately describes the cultural spectrum of this vast and heterogeneous group. The usage of both terms have changed and adapted itself to a wide range of geographical and historical influences. It is noteworthy that, although both Hispanic and Latino were originally used only to describe people of Latin American descent living in the US, the latter has evolved into an ethnic classification to refer to any person from Latin America regardless of his/her residence, something that has been target of further criticism.

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Hispanic and Latino Americans
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Hispanic and Latino Americans are Americans of origins in Hispanic countries of Latin America or in Spain, except in the state of New York, where only people of Latin American origin are included. The group encompasses distinct sub groups by national origin and race, with ancestries from all continents represented. Hispanics and Latinos constitute 15.1% of the total United States population, or 45.4 million people, forming the second largest ethnic group (which includes Afro-Latin American Latino's of African descent), after non Hispanic White Americans (which is also composed of dozens of sub groups). Again, Hispanic and Latino Americans are the largest ethnic minority in the United States, African Americans, in turn, are the largest racial minority, after White Americans in general (non Hispanic and Hispanic).

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Hispanic/Latino naming dispute
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The Hispanic/Latino naming dispute refers to the ongoing disagreements over the proper use of the ethnonyms Hispanic and Latino to refer to the inhabitants of Latin America or people of Latin American descent. Like many other naming controversies there are supporters, detractors, and critics and over the years there has been no consensus to decide which term, if any, accurately describes the cultural spectrum of this vast and heterogeneous group. The usage of both terms have changed and adapted itself to a wide range of geographical and historical influences. It is noteworthy that, although both Hispanic and Latino were originally used only to describe people of Latin American descent living in the US, the latter has evolved into an ethnic classification to refer to any person from Latin America regardless of his/her residence, something that has been target of further criticism.

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White Hispanic and Latino Americans
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Erscheinungsdatum: 02/2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: White Hispanic and Latino Americans, Titelzusatz: White Americans, Europe, Race and Ethnicity in the United States Census, Office of Management and Budget, Hispanic America, Redaktion: Surhone, Lambert M. // Timpledon, Miriam T. // Marseken, Susan F., Verlag: Betascript Publishers, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Sozialwissenschaften allgemein, Seiten: 76, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 130 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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History of Hispanic and Latino Americans
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The history of Latinos and Hispanics in the United States is wide-ranging, spanning more than four hundred years and varying from region to region within the United States. The Latino and/or Hispanic presence in the United States is the second longest, after the Native American. Contemporaneously with their explorations and conquests elsewhere in America, most famously those of Hernán Cortés in Mexico and Francisco Pizarro in Peru, Spaniards pioneered the present-day United States, too. Hispanics, or descendants of Spaniards, became the first American citizens in the newly acquired Southwest territory after the Mexican-American War, and remained a majority in several states until the 20th century.

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The Impact of a Hispanic/Latino Advocacy Progra...
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The primary purpose of this study was to determine the impact of the Hispanic/Latino advocacy program on students in the targeted school. The participants for this study were selected using a census sampling method, of which 38 elected to participate in the study (n = 38). Twenty-six of the participants were members of the Hispanic/Latino advocacy program, while 12 were not members of the program. Cross-sectional design methods were employed in this study to analyze data with regard to the student questionnaire. In addition, interviews were conducted with a sampling of the study participants. The Hispanic/Latino advocacy program appeared to have a positive impact on the study participants based on their perceptions as noted in their responses on the questionnaire and during their interviews. The content analysis of the student interviews revealed several interesting findings as well. Both program participants and non-participants noted that the program was fun and enjoyable, or that it appeared fun and enjoyable. In addition, both program participants and non-participants mentioned the positive social aspects of the advocacy program.

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History of Hispanic and Latino Americans
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The history of Latinos and Hispanics in the United States is wide-ranging, spanning more than four hundred years and varying from region to region within the United States. The Latino and/or Hispanic presence in the United States is the second longest, after the Native American. Contemporaneously with their explorations and conquests elsewhere in America, most famously those of Hernán Cortés in Mexico and Francisco Pizarro in Peru, Spaniards pioneered the present-day United States, too. Hispanics, or descendants of Spaniards, became the first American citizens in the newly acquired Southwest territory after the Mexican-American War, and remained a majority in several states until the 20th century.

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