Thank you, US 2010 Project, for stating the so-often misunderstood obvious: “Hispanic” is not synonymous with “Mexican.”
The project, which is based at Brown University and dedicated to researching changes in American society, has released a report titled “Hispanics in the United States: Not Only Mexicans.” For non-Mexican Hispanics who try not to seem anti-Mexican when they explain for the umpteenth time that they themselves are not Mexican, the report is a welcome acknowledgement of Hispanic diversity.
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