NBC Latino: Latinx high school and college students talk identity


Here's a 20 minute audio interview featuring high school and college students from Brooklyn and Queens sharing how their American experience has defined their identity. At a time when Latinos ages 18-34 are part of one of the largest and fastest-growing youth populations in the country, this group shares really thoughtful stories and questions about identity and belonging, like whether they can identify as Afro-Latino if they don't have a connection to the history, whether they're allowed to call themselves Latino if they don't speak Spanish, can't cook native dishes or don't like dancing.


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