It's a classic situation for second-and third-generation Latinos: You were born in the United States. English is your first language. Maybe you speak spanish, maybe you don't. And for those who don't—somehow you're considered "not Latino enough" by some people. We're looking for young perspectives on this topic for a roundtable discussion on Latino identity.
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