Why does the US census only ask if your ethnicity is Latino or non-Latino? Why doesn’t it ask all other ethnicities?
I feel harassed. Is like having a bathroom for normal people and another for a specific ethnicity, how would you feel? This is not a big deal.

Chosen Answer:

They shouldn’t even refer to Latino as an ethnicity because it just means that a person has Latin American ancestry.

Latinos can be of any race and truly the only thing that they have in common is that they come from a Spanish speaking background or culture.

Latinos and Hispanics can be White, Black, Native American or mixed (most are mixed). If we can label such a diverse group of people just because of the language they speak then we should refer to all English speakers as Anglo.
by: Scouser61
on: 15th September 11