Hispanic Heritage Month: When to use the terms Hispanic, Latino and Latinx
Tuesday, 22 September 2020
The word "Latinx" has popped up in recent years among scholars and activists in the Hispanic community. Filmmaker and journalist Andrew Padilla joined CBSN during Hispanic Heritage Month to explain different identifying terms in the community and how those terms are used. He also discusses the influence of Latinos in New York City and how Bad Bunny has helped shine a light on issues in Puerto Rico.
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