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Latino

(lah-tēn′ō)
1. Pert. to Latin-American language, culture, or ethnicity.
2. A person of Latin-American or Spanish-speaking ancestry.
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While Guadalupe has long been associated with Catholic Latinos, an increasing number of Protestants are also finding inspiration in her image as a compassionate defender of the poor and a feminine symbol of the divine.
Nevertheless, Latino voters have given Clinton overwhelming support in some contests, notably California, where they favored her over Obama by roughly 30%, contributing significantly to her victory here.
"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, reports Progressive Grocer.
In the context of institutional forms of discrimination, more than three in ten Latinos reported having personally experienced discrimination because they are Latino when it comes to applying for jobs (33%), being paid equally or considered for promotion (32%) or when trying to rent a room or apartment or buy a house (31%).
Several of the Nosotros Latinos board members also belong to ALPFA and they bring unique perspectives and leadership experiences to U.S.
* Turnout remains the top factor limiting Latinos' political influence.
With the augmented demand for higher educational degrees, it is quite alarming that Latinos are less likely to have access to higher education.
(2.) West Side Story does not present a group of ideal whites in contrast to Latinos, but rather a version of whiteness that deviates from the model citizen.
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 observed each year on October 15 to focus on the continuing and disproportionate effects of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) on the Hispanic or Latino population in the United States.
Nilda Perez, Business Blueprint Strategist authored The Leadership Shift: The Strategic Positioning of Latino Business Leaders.