ETH 125 hispanic_american_diversity

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Running head: Hispanic American DiversityHispanic American DiversityStudent Name College NameHispanic American Diversity Everywhere we look we can see the diversity of races in the United States. It is strange that most ethnic groups are localized around the same areas and mostly around the area where they arrived into the US. However, lately the Hispanic ethnic group has been spreading out across the US instead of staying in the same areas. The first group of Hispanics I will discuss is the Cuban Americans. Before 1959 the population of Cuban Americans was about 35,000, now they are the third largest of the Hispanic American group with a population of more than 1.2 million ( Encarta 2009). Their language is of Spanish decent, however just like English, when in different areas the language changes somewhat. With the Cuban Americans the language took on a life and style of itself, by shorting the words spoke it makes them appear to be speaking faster. When actuality they are not speaking faster, just shortening the words. The Cuban American's are generally self sufficient, keeping to themselves and within their own group, however the newer generations are starting to come out and join the rest of the US. We can see this being apparent with Cuban American actors, actresses, singers and business owners. Not to mention that almost all of their population consider themselves Republicans. They are being conservative with a voice saying they do not

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