Jul 16, 2015 ... The words “Hispanic,” “Latino” and “Spanish” all have different ... to ask people if they knew the difference before giving her explanation. .... This means Spain is included, but Brazil is not because Brazilians speak Portuguese.
Portugal and Spain do not have exactly the same ... by people in Portugal and Brazil, unlike "Hispanic", which ...
Latino is an Italian, Sicilian, Sardinian, Spanish, and Portuguese noun often used in the United States to refer to people with cultural ties to Latin America, in contrast to Hispanic which is a .... Hispanic, from the Latin word for "Spain," has the broader reference, potentially encompassing all Spanish-speaking peoples in both ...
May 28, 2009 ... Q. My grandparents were born in Spain but I grew up in California. ... be the same : People will be counted as Spanish/Hispanic/Latino if — and ...
Oct 28, 2015 ... I was born and raised in Barcelona, in northeast Spain, and ... from the 1970s to define the people from Spanish-speaking countries.
"Hispanic" is generally accepted as a narrower term that includes people only from ... including those countries/territories of the Caribbean or from Spain itself.
In Latin America, Hispanic is a person from Spain, an original ... and therefore white, especially people from the Basque Country, Madrid, ...
Sep 18, 2016 ... Lazo points out that Hispanic identity refers to language, or "people of ... mostly overlap, people from Brazil and Spain illustrate the distinction.
Jul 17, 2013 ... Then, a fourth definition narrows it further by saying that Hispanic refers simply and only to the people of Spain, and that's it; this is due to the ...
Jul 14, 2015 ... Hispanic, Latino and Spanish are often used interchangeably in describing race. But what's the right terminology? Kat Lazo lays down some ...