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Origen y objeto del continente. Latinos y sajones. Tenemos entonces las cuatro etapas y los cuatro troncos: el negro, el indio, el mongol y el blanco. El predominio latino fue indiscutible en los comienzos.

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Flag of the Hispanic People The Spanish expression la Raza [1] in English, literally "the race", but as metonymy, "the community" refers to the Hispanophone populations primarily though not always exclusively in the Western Hemisphere , [2] considered as an ethnic or racial unit [3] historically deriving from the Spanish Empire , and the process of racial miscegenation of the Spanish colonizers with the indigenous populations of the New World and sometimes Africans brought there by the Atlantic slave trade.

It remains in active use specifically in the context of Mexican-American identity politics in the United States. The term Spanish : la raza latina was in use by in local California newspapers such as El Clamor Publico by californios writing about America latina and latinoamerica, and identifying as latinos as the abbreviated term for their "membership in la raza latina". In Central America and Mexico , la Raza emphasizes an Amerindian or mestizo heritage, or it may express Latino identity[ citation needed ] la Raza being taken as short for la raza iberoamericana, following Vasconcelos.

La Raza station station in Mexico City was inaugurated in The term Chicano feminine Chicana likewise arose in the early 20th century as a designation of Mexicans. In the s to s, the term became associated with a movement of Mexican-American identity politics activism.

In the United States, the terms la Raza and Chicano subsequently became closely associated. La Raza was the name of a Chicano community newspaper edited by Eliezer Risco in Risco was one of the "LA Thirteen", a group of young Mexican-American men who were political activists identified by the government as being leaders of a Brown Power movement in Los Angeles. Ruiz, a key journalist in the movement, eventually became the editor of La Raza.

The publications filled a void: for the most part, there had heretofore been no media coverage of any type for the Brown Power movement and its activities.

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