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*  Asian Americans in government and politics
There are 34 Hispanic lawmakers, including 10 Republicans, as well as 10 Asian-Americans and two Native Americans, both ... first African American, and first Asian American state attorney general in the United States. Other Asian-Americans serving in ... "How Asian Americans Became Democrats". The American Prospect. Retrieved 2016-10-22. Jim Lobe, Asian-Americans lean toward Kerry ... In some areas where Asian Americans have large populations, Asian Americans have elected Asian American candidates at the city ...
*  La Grange, Texas
The racial makeup of the city was 56.6% non-Hispanic White, 8.7% Black or African American, 0% Native American, 0% Asian, 0% ... Native American, 0.69% Asian, 0.02% Pacific Islander, 12.19% from other races, and 1.92% from two or more races. Hispanic or ... who fought with the Americans and aided the cause of the American Revolution; he died in 1834. Lafayette's castle in France for ... The earliest Anglo-American settlers in the area were Aylett C. Buckner and Peter Powell, who lived slightly to the west. The ...
*  United States Navy in Vieques, Puerto Rico
Pirie, Robert B. "National Image Salute to Hispanic-Americans in the Military Banquet." United States Navy. 2001-05-21. ... "In America When the Bombing Ends." New York Times. 2001-06-18: p. 23. Commission on Human Rights. "Question of the Violation of ... American actor Edward James Olmos and Guatemala's Nobel Prize winner Rigoberta Menchú supported the cause, as did Robert F. ...
*  Hispanic America
"Spanish American". Some list "Hispanic," "Hispanic American" and "Hispano-American" as synonyms for "Spanish American." (All ... Hispanic America also contrasts with Latin America, which includes not only Hispanic America, but also Brazil, as well as the ... Hispanic Hispanic and Latino Americans (Hispanic, Latino) Hispanidad Hispanism and Pan-Hispanism Hispanophone Ibero-America ... "Hispanic America" is used in some older works such as Charles Edward Chapman's 1933 Colonial Hispanic America: A History and ...
*  Hispanic Americans in World War II
The three largest Hispanic groups in the United States are the Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Cuban Americans. Hispanic ... Thirty-one Hispanic-Americans were awarded the Belgian Croix de guerre and three Hispanic-Americans received the French Croix ... CMH Pub 70-116-1. Official pages Hispanic Americans in the US Army at the United States Army Hispanic American in the US Army ... Hispanics in the United States Navy Hispanics in the United States Coast Guard Hispanics in the American Civil War Hispanics in ...
*  The Hispanic American Historical Review
... is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal of Latin American history, the ... William Spence Robertson, "The Hispanic American Historical Review", republished in Latin American History, Essays on Its Study ... with few sessions at the annual meeting and limited space within The American Historical Review. The Hispanic American ... Originally published as part of the introduction, Guide to the Hispanic American Historical Review, 1918-1945, compiled by Ruth ...
*  List of Hispanic American Caudillos
"Bolívar and the Caudillos". Hispanic American Historical Review 63 No. 1 (1983), 3-35. Lynch, John. Argentine Dictator: Juan ... Smith, Peter H. "Political Legitimacy in Spanish America" in New Approaches to Latin American History, Richard Graham and Peter ... Latin American Research Review 8 (Summer 1973), 53-73. Hamill, Hugh, ed. Caudillos: Dictators in Spanish America. Norman: ... and Political Bosses in Latin America." In Presidential Power in Latin American Politics, ed. Thomas V. DiBacco. New York: ...
*  Hispanic American Center for Economic Research
HACER's mission is to promote the study of issues pertinent to the countries of Hispanic America as well as Hispanic Americans ... The Hispanic American Center for Economic Research (HACER) is a non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. with a tax ... "Hispanic American Center for Economic Research" (PDF). Foundation Center. Retrieved 16 February 2017. Official website. ...
*  List of colonial universities in Hispanic America
Hispanic America comprises all universities established by the Spanish Empire in Latin America from the Discovery of America in ... numerous universities and other institutions of higher education could be found in North, Central and South America. They had ... The transfer of the European university model to the American overseas colonies represented a decisive turning point in the ... List of universities in South America History of European research universities University status open to dispute Roberts, ...
*  List of Hispanic-American (U.S.) Academy Award winners and nominees
List of Latin American Academy Award winners and nominees Lists of Hispanic Academy Award winners and nominees by country. ... The following are the Hispanic-Americans (born in the continental United States) that have been nominated or have won an ... Academy Award: This list focuses on Latin American-born cinematographers. ...
*  List of Hispanic professional American football players
This list contains professional American football players born in any Hispano-American or Latin American region. This is the ... Ignacio Molinet's 1927 NFL Contract General History - Latin-Americans in Pro Football Rolando Cantu, involved in Arizona ...
*  White Hispanic and Latino Americans
... of Hispanic and Latino Americans List of Hispanic and Latino Americans Black Hispanic and Latino Americans Asian Hispanic and ... The U.S. Hispanic media and the Latin American media are over represented by White Hispanic and Latino Americans and White ... "Genetic makeup of Hispanic/Latino Americans influenced by Native American, European and African-American ancestries". ... Average European admixture among self-identified White Hispanic Americans is 73% (the average for Hispanic Americans regardless ...
*  Asian Hispanic and Latino Americans
Mexican Americans Latino Hispanic List of Hispanic and Latino Americans White Hispanic and Latino Americans Black Hispanic and ... Asian Hispanic and Latino Americans are Hispanic and Latino Americans having Asian ancestry and for those Hispanics who ... In the case of Asian Americans, these two groups are respectively termed Asian Hispanics and non-Hispanic Asian Americans, the ... American composer Tatyana Ali, American actress and R&B singer Daniella Alonso, American Actress Tyson Beckford, American male ...
*  Black Hispanic and Latino Americans
Americans List of notable Afro-Latinos List of Hispanic and Latino Americans White Hispanic and Latino Americans Asian Hispanic ... Hispanic media, including Latin American media, of overlooking black Hispanic and Latino Americans and black Latin Americans in ... "African American", is between those who report Hispanic backgrounds and all others who do not. Non-Hispanic Black Americans ... Although Black Hispanics are often overlooked or dichotomized as either "black" or "hispanic" in the United States of America, ...
*  Hispanic Society of America
The Hispanic Society of America is a museum and reference library for the study of the arts and cultures of Spain and Portugal ... Hispanic Society of America to Close on New Year's Day for More Than 2 Years, ny1.com, December 30, 2016, accessed March 2, ... The Hispanic Society of America is perhaps New York's most misunderstood institution. Catton, Pia (20 April 2015). "New ... fulltext) Official website A Collection in Context: The Hispanic Society of America by the Media Center for Art History, ...
*  List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
Paraguayan American, Peruvian American, Spanish American, Uruguayan American, and Venezuelan American. However, Hispanic or ... Cuban American, Dominican American, Costa Rican American, Guatemalan American, Honduran American, Nicaraguan American, ... Panamanian American, Salvadoran American, Argentine American, Bolivian American, Chilean American, Colombian American, ... in the United States Navy Hispanics in the American Civil War Hispanic American writers List of Hispanic and Latin American ...
*  Demographics of Hispanic and Latino Americans
For instance, Hispanics and Latinos who are American Indian or Alaska Native compose 15% of all American Indians and Alaska ... Hispanic and Latino Americans (along with Asian Americans, most notably) have contributed to an important demographic change in ... Over half of the Hispanic and Latino American population self-identifies as White. The largest number of White Hispanics come ... Although Hispanics do not lag behind non-Hispanic blacks when it comes to employment rates, they do lag non-Hispanic whites. ...
*  Christianity among Hispanic and Latino Americans
Some Hispanics syncretize Roman Catholicism and African or Native American rituals and beliefs despite the Catholic Church's ... have vigorously proselytized in Hispanic communities. In Texas, half of Hispanics are Protestant. Christianity Christianity by ... religious denomination amongst most Hispanics. Among the Hispanic Catholics, most communities celebrate their homeland's patron ... Latinos and Hispanics are predominantly Christians in the United States. Specifically, they are most often Roman Catholic. The ...
*  Hispanic and Latino American Muslims
... are Hispanic and Latino Americans who are of the Islamic faith. Hispanic and Latino ... Hispanic and Latino Americans portal Islam portal Alianza Islámica African-American Muslims Hispanic and Latino Americans Islam ... "More Hispanic Americans are Converting to Islam". Voice of America. Retrieved 13 February 2007. Martin, Rachel. "Latinas ... In 2002 the Islamic Society of North America stated that there were 40,000 Hispanic Muslims in the United States. The ...
*  Hispanic and Latino Americans in San Francisco
... form (15.1%) of the population were 121,744 Hispanics or Latinos of any race. ... The principal Hispanic groups in the city were those of Mexican (7.4%), Salvadoran (2.0%), Nicaraguan (0.9%), Guatemalan (0.8 ... The Hispanic population is most heavily concentrated in the Mission District, Tenderloin District, and Excelsior District.. ...
*  Hispanics in the American Civil War
Not all the Hispanics who fought in the American Civil War were "Hispanic-Americans", in other words citizens of the United ... Central or South America, or some other Hispanic origin. The three largest Hispanic groups in the United States are the Mexican ... "Hispanics in America's Defense"; Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Manpower and Personnel Policy ... Hispanics in the American Civil War fought on both the Union and Confederate sides of the conflict. ...
*  American Society of Hispanic Economists
Hispanic communities and the nation as a whole; and (3) engaging more Hispanic Americans to participate in the economics ... Founded in 2002, the American Society of Hispanic Economists (ASHE) is a professional association of economists who are ... University of Texas at Austin American Society of Hispanic Economists AEA Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the ... ASHE has been co-hosting the annual Economic Issues Affecting Hispanic and African American Communities conferences with the ...
*  Stereotypes of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States
Hispanic identity and stereotypes can place a limit on how Hispanic men are able to present themselves such as Hispanic men in ... Hispanics are not "taking away" jobs that whites or non-Hispanic groups want. The blue-collar jobs Hispanics obtain are low ... Hispanic, and non-Hispanic White population (Borjas, 1983) found no evidence that Hispanics had a negative impact on the ... Many Hispanic/Latino Americans have equally as much education and skill level, but are seen as 'hard labor workers' such as ...
*  History of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States
Many of these Hispanics were experienced miners and had great success mining gold in California. Many of these new Americans ... Hispanics (whether criollo or mestizo) became the first American citizens in the newly acquired Southwest territory after the ... Despite integration, Hispanic Americans managed to retain their culture. They were most successful in those areas where they ... Consistent with the predominant racial attitudes of 19th century America, Anglo miners often drove Hispanic miners out of their ...
*  Hispanic and Latino American politics in the United States
Jeb Bush chairs the Hispanic Leadership Network, an ongoing effort by the American Action Network and the American Action Forum ... making people of Hispanic origin the nation's largest ethnic minority. Mexican Americans alone are 64% of Hispanics, the ... Hispanic and Latino Americans have received a growing share of the national vote in the United States by their growing number. ... "because many Hispanics perceive the party doesn't care enough about electing more Hispanic officials." Other Hispanic Democrats ...
*  Black River (settlement)
A Challenge to Spain in Central America, 1732-87". The Hispanic American Historical Review. Duke University Press. 63 (4): 677- ... Spain interpreted this to include the abandonment of British settlements on all of its claimed territory in Central America, ... especially when Spain entered the War of American Independence in 1779, citing among other reasons the British failure to ...
*  List of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States Congress
Government of the United States portal Latino and Hispanic American portal Congressional Hispanic Caucus Congressional Hispanic ... This is a list of Hispanic and Latino Americans who have served in the United States Congress. Persons included are identified ... Pacheco previously served as the first (and only to date) Hispanic Governor of the State of California. Chávez later was ... Though Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is widely credited as the first Hispanic woman in Congress, Vucanovich's mother was of partial ...