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Old Posted Apr 26, 2007, 3:57 AM
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On the census, Hispanics mark their race (white, black, Native American, Asian/Pacific Islander, or "Other") and then a separate box to indicate Hispanic ancestry. Amerindian Hispanics usually mark "Other" because "Native American" on the census only refers to indigenous groups in North America and not south of the border. The Hispanic box is for anyone of Hispanic ancestry regardless of their race or racial mix.
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