AFRO-LATINX (or AFROM-LATINO, -LATINA, or -LATINE)
Individuals of Latin America or of Latin American descent who are also of African ancestry.
Someone who is native of, or descends from, Mexico and who lives in the United States.
Someone who is a native of, or descends from, a Spanish-speaking country.
Someone who is native of, or descends from, a Latin American country.
A gender-neutral term to refer to a Latino/Latina person.
Belonging to or relating to Spain, its people, or its language.
But when do you classify a person as Hispanic or Latino? BBC journalist Angélica Casas explains the difference between the terms and why it matters.
PBS Origins traces the origin of the term "Latino" and the debates that still surround it as well as the term "Hispanic" and "Latinx."