An ethnicity of people who have origins in one or more of the following countries:
Natives of French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and Puerto Rico are also considered Latino.
Latino is often used interchangebly with the word "Hispanic", although they are not the same. The term "Hispanic" refers to a person from any Spanish-speaking country, whereas "Latino" refers to a person from a country in Latin America.
A Latino can be of any race. For example, an Argentine is Caucasian, and a Dominican is Black. But they are both Latino.
I am from Argentina, so I am Latino.
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