Latino or Hispanic

I’m Latino. I’m Hispanic. And they’re different, so I drew a comic to explain.


One Comment

  1. Raymond
    Posted August 30, 2015 at 11:31 | Permalink | Reply

    While well explained, I partially disagree with the statments here above. Whomever speaks a Latinos language is a Latino by definition. The Latin language started in Italy with the Italic tribe (who then conquered Rome) and spread to Spain, Portugal, France and Romania. These countries (as well as part of Switzerland, Belgium, Luxemburg, The Vatican and Monte Carlo among others) have to be included in the definition of “Latinos”. The debate that was never broad up is to decide if the African and Asian colonies that still speak a Latino language today shall be called Latinos too. As an example 40 countries around the world have French as primary language, is Tahiti, Senegal or Quebec Latinos? I think they should.

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