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  • Former Ottawa mayor Larry O'Brien apologized Monday for using a derogatory term for Spanish-speaking people while he tweeted his thoughts from last Friday's U.S....

    The Full Feed from Kemal Argon 2012

  • EthnicHeart: What about a Latin American Spanish-speaking HP?

    The Full Feed from The Huffington Post News Editors 2011

  • St. Pius, known to its Spanish-speaking parishioners as “San Pio” occupies the corner of 19th Street and Ashland Avenue, and is a central feature of this Little Mexico, where street vendors sell paletas and pork rinds, and painted signs advertise lavanderías and tarjetas telefónicas.

    American Grace Robert D. Putnam 2010

  • Another parishioner describes St. Pius as “a common point in the Hispanic community,” and a place where the culture immigrant Mexicans have had to leave behind is nurtured and preserved: “This parish is Mexican, and it reminds you of your Spanish-speaking country.”

    American Grace Robert D. Putnam 2010

  • Another special difficulty is that until very recently the GSS excluded Spanish-speaking respondents.

    American Grace Robert D. Putnam 2010

  • A Latin-based language is much simpler to standardise, and the Spanish Academy works with the academies in all Spanish-speaking countries (including the Philippines and the USA) to produce guidance that is valid worldwide.

    5 posts from September 2009 2009

  • Servers are dishing out food to a mostly Spanish-speaking clientele from the heating trays along the wall on the other side of the counter.

    Flatiron Lunch: Latin American is a Good Sophie’s Alternative | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan 2010

  • I look at the face of Tawakkol Karman wrapped in what we in the Spanish-speaking tropics would call a rebozo, and I see a riff on the face of the Virgin of Guadalupe, she who adorned the banners of the Mexican Revolution 200 years ago.

    Susan J. Cobb: The Inner Virgin Comes Out In Revolution Susan J. Cobb 2011

  • A second social and political factor is that the Dominican Republic – with its Spanish-speaking population of predominantly European ancestry – was both more receptive and more ­attractive to European immigrants and investors than was Haiti with its Creole-speaking population composed overwhelmingly of black former slaves.

    Matthew Yglesias » Haiti 2010

  • That applies to the Spanish-speaking immigrant who just took the oath as much as to a patrician Bostonian who documents their ancestry back to the Mayflower.

    Matthew Yglesias » GDP Decline From Peak 2010


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