Even among Hispanics and Latinos, the two dominant pan-ethnic labels that describe people whose roots trace back to Spain or Latin America, the term Latinx is not commonly understood or used. Hispanic languages are heavily gendered. Latinx is a gender …
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That’s the question Pew Research Center asked and sought to answer in this posting. They give ten examples of questions commonly asked to help people determine if they are. With the U.S. Census Bureau soon to be undertaking the …
According to Pew Research Center, the Hispanic dropout rate has hit new lows and college enrollment is at new highs. The article points out that this “is particularly noteworthy given the large increase in Hispanic enrollment in U.S. public …
Pew Research Center has an excellent analysis of how the U.S. Hispanic population of roughly 58 million is changing. They have been the primary driver of population growth in this country since the turn of the century, but now their …
Adweek has an infographic that illustrates an important demographic group – Hispanic millennial parents. They have enormous buying power and a very distinctive profile as compared to non-Hispanic millennial parents. According to the infographic, “United States Hispanic GDP alone ranks …