Category : History

Hispanics in the American Revolutionary War

Hispanics in the American Revolutionary War

The Hispanics in the American Revolutionary War contributed a lot in the overall outcome of this revolution. Many people perceived this historical event as something that they should take important lessons. If you are not yet familiar with this memorable…

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Were Hispanics Segregated

Were Hispanics Segregated

Segregation is known as the physical separation of the people based on their social custom and ethnicity. This is historically applied on Mexican Americans and African Americas. The racial attitudes which support the segregation have arrived in the state of…

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Typical Stereotypes of Hispanics

Typical Stereotypes of Hispanics

Stereotypical representations of Latino and Hispanic Americans are likely manifested in the U.S. literature, mass media, theater, and creative expressions. They are real repercussions in the current events and daily interactions. Social Perceptions in the United States Latinos, White Hispanics,…

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Cool Hispanic Heritage Month Facts

Cool Hispanic Heritage Month Facts

The National Hispanic Heritage Month is, thus, the period that starts from the fifteenth day of September to the fifteenth day of October, in the United States. This is when the people further recognize the significant contributions of Latino and…

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Explanation of the Voting Rights Act of 1975

Explanation of the Voting Rights Act of 1975

In 1975, the congress had revisited VRA (Voting Rights Act). This is the year in which the special provisions of the Act will set to expire again. The latest debate had been less acrimonious compared to the previous debates regarding…

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