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Exploraciones culturales Hispanos en Norteamérica

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Población de hispanos en Estados Unidos 64% - mexicanos 17% - otras nacionalidades 3% - cubanos 3% - salvadoreños 3% - dominicanos 10% - puertorriqueños

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There are five main groups of Hispanic Americans: • méxicoamericanos • puertorriqueños • cubanoamericanos •dominicanos •salvadoreños

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El Museo del Barrio Quinta Avenida (Fifth Avenue) en Nueva York New York is home to millions of Puerto Ricans. This museum embraces bicultural life.

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Cuadro: Los indígenas de México son despojados de sus tierras-Mexican Indians dispossessed of their land. El museo de Barrio displays works from bicultural hispanics.

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New York celebrates Puerto Rican day with a parade.

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Another display of East Harlem’s cultural pride. The “Nuyorican poet’s café”

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La pequeña Habana Miami, FL The Pequeña Habana is the center of bicultural life for Cuban-Americans.

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More than 50% of Cuban Americans live in Miami-Dade county. In Pequeño Habana, Spanish is spoken in the shops, restaurants and cafés.

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The southwest United States are home to numerous Mexican Americans. The Hispanic culture is evident in various areas of art, television, music and cooking.

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The population of Hispanics in Toronto is small, but is increasing every year. Spanish television programming is now available in Canada!

Summary: Information on Hispanic populations in the US.

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