The term Hispanic was first adopted by the United States government in the early s, and has since been used in local and federal employment, mass media, academia, and business market research.
First established in as the Atlanta Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the organization now has more than 1, members. This example is flawed, not just because the US designation Latino is not derived from the adjective latino see abovebut also, because it is possible to express such a group of mixed or unknown gender, in a different, yet still gender-neutral way, viz.
The common heritage of Hispanics is a. From to to tothe number of associate's degrees earned by Hispanics more than doubled increasing by percent During the same time period, the number of bachelor's degrees awarded Hispanic students increased by 85 percent.
Traditional Chinese opera is still performed, and a reed instrument originating from China, called the corneta china in Cuba, remains a staple of Cuban music. Hispanics are not a monolithic group.
Guests include Santiago Rojero and his son, Santiago Jr. This definition is consistent with the 21st-century usage by the U. Robert J.