Hispanic


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adjective Referring to any of 17 major Latino subcultures, concentrated in California, Texas, Chicago, Miami, NYC and elsewhere
noun A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race

Hispanic

Multiculture A person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central or South American, or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race Social medicine Any of 17 major Latino subcultures, concentrated in California, Texas, Chicago, Miam, NY, and elsewhere
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Founded in 1988, the Hispanic Chamber's key objectives have been to advocate, promote and facilitate the success of Hispanic businesses.
The Miami Beach Center catered to a predominantly Hispanic client group whereas the Little River Center catered to a predominantly African American and Haitian client group.
More than 40 million Hispanics live in the United States, representing $850 billion in purchasing power.
If the goal of unification was the integral involvement and integration of Hispanic Baptists into the full expression of Texas Baptist life, several indicators demonstrate the agreement's intent and effectiveness.
Hispanic students are left behind in part because their parents don't know the language, they feel left out of the system, and they don't know the educational and financial opportunities available for their children, such as preparing for higher education, experts say.
Homeownership: According to our study, only 37% of Hispanics across the United States own a home.
Attitudes toward sexuality, marriage and motherhood are central to the strong gender roles of traditional Hispanic culture.
Through all my experience working with the Hispanic community, I have learned that it takes ten satisfied parents to convince one doubtful parent to finally send his/her children to camp.
An active advocacy is important because many Hispanic immigrants lack the knowledge and experience to negotiate complex and often disjointed U.
If the Catholic Church is losing Hispanics to other churches, it may be, in part, because they are discovering now-rapidly disappearing parts of the Catholic Church that once fed and sustained Hispanic religiosity.

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