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Write a 725- to 850-word analysis. The Latino/Hispanic group is the only ethnic category counted separately by the United States Census. According to the U.S. Census, a Latino/Hispanic person can be of any race. 
Describe the variability within the larger “Latin American” group, as defined by the U.S. Census, including the racial differences.
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When this census category became official (the first time it was used in the United States Census)
At least five distinctive subgroups that belong under this broad category
How people from Africa, both slaves and freemen, became part of the Latino population in Mexico, Central and South America, and the U.S.
How Africans in Mexico, Central and South America were absorbed into the Hispanic population, while generally being kept separate in the U.S.
How colorism affects membership within the Hispanic/Latino group today (i.e. a Mexican who is Black)
The role of language
The role of religion
The role of culture

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use these as well

Slavery. (2011). Encyclopedia of Human Rights in the United States, n/a.
Allain, J., & Bales, K. (2012). Slavery and its definition. Global Dialogue (Online), 14(2), 6-14.
Blackmon, D. A. (2013). America’s twentieth-century slavery. The Washington Monthly, 45(1/2), 22-26.
Cochran, E., Dhillon, M., Rabow, J., Vega, Y. M., & Yeghnazar, P. (2012). Blind side: Colorism continues. Humanity & Society, 36(4), 380-385.
Gracia, J. J. E. (2011). Hispanic/Latino identity: A response to Tammelleo. Ethnicities, 11(4), 563-569.
Howell, L. D. (2014). Slavery by the numbers. USA Today, 142(2826), 49.
Shay, S. (2003). Freemen. Conspiracy Theories in American History, n/a.


Minority Report : Evaluating Political Equality in America


Bill Moyers, (2007). Racism in America (04:09) [Video file]. Films on Demand.
PBS, (2005). Understanding Slavery from a Historical Perspective (01:15) [Video file]. Films on Demand.
Strombili Productions, (2000). Latino Influence on Politics (05:25) [Video file]. Films on Demand.

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