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Hispanic

1. relating to, characteristic of, or derived from Spain or the Spanish
2. US a US citizen of Spanish or Latin-American descent
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The historic merger, which is expected to be approved by the Boards of the WCA and WHCC, will create the county's largest business organization for Hispanic business owners, professionals and entrepreneurs.
Keywords: language barriers, immigrant, socio-economic status, welfare service, Hispanic, Haitian, English fluency
This map shows the percentage of each state's total population that claims Hispanic or Latino ancestry.
By not institutionalizing the Hispanic market as a core business focus, the CEO is leaving money on the table.
Changes are already surfacing at locations in Canoga Park and Northridge, where bilingual signs and employees have been deployed to greet Hispanic shoppers.
It's been decades since the nation as a whole has virtually ignored the culture, the needs, the family values and the language of Hispanic children.
Politics: Almost half of registered Hispanic voters are Democrats; however, only 28% would vote for Kerry.
Although several program guides include information for tailoring programs for ethnic and cultural groups, (6) few prevention programs have been developed specifically for Hispanic populations.
Last year close to 65 percent were of Hispanic background, about 30 percent African American, and close to 5 percent White.
Fifty-four percent of Hispanic households consist of four or more persons, while only 28 percent of Anglo households are that large (U.
No one who has seen the ardor, intelligence, and good works of these new Hispanic converts to other churches could maintain such a simplistic answer to this alarming phenomenon.

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