By Steven Otfinoski
The Hispanic the US sequence takes readers on a trip to a spot that used to be referred to as the hot international.
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Some Americans see Spanish as a threat to their culture. S. English Inc. support making English the official language of the United States. In Southern California, and in other areas with large Hispanic populations, local residents are divided over how bilingual they want their communities to be. They debate whether school materials, street signs, and voter ballots should be written in both English and Spanish. Some Americans believe that all Hispanics should be required to learn and speak English.
As Hispanic America changes and becomes a more integral part of American society, some people wonder if it can continue to hold on to the best of its traditions and culture. A CHANGING CULTURE 59 L OOKING TO T HE F U T UR E CHAPTER FIVE I N THE YEARS AHEAD, THE NATION’S LARGEST minority is only going to grow larger. S. Census Bureau, Hispanic Americans will number 133 million. In the half century from 2000 to 2050, the Hispanic population will increase by nearly three times. The reason for this incredible growth is that Hispanics are marrying early and having large families.
The debate over NAFTA continues. Cuban refugees sail on a raft in an attempt to reach the United States. THE RAFTERS OF CUBA While Mexicans and Central Americans have been risking their lives as they cross the treacherous deserts of the American borderlands or the wild waters of the Rio Grande, thousands of Cubans have been taking similar risks. They have tried to reach the United Sates on the high seas. The largest exodus of Cubans to America since the Mariel Boatlift happened in September 1994, when Cuban dictator Fidel Castro allowed 33,000 of his people to leave.
1990s to 2010 (Hispanic America) by Steven Otfinoski