Take Two for October 31, 2013

Is it Hispanic or Latino? Pew study says most people don't have a preference

Democrats Court Latino Vote At Mexican Independence Celebration

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Democratic Party workers hand out signs at a celebration marking Mexican Independence Day September 14, 2008 in Denver, Colorado.

The question of how people of Latin American descent choose to be identified surfaced again this week after the Pew Research Center put out a brief report

Is it "Latino" or "Hispanic" or something else altogether? Do people even care all that much?

KPCC's immigration and emerging communities reporter, Leslie Berestein Rojas joins us, with the latest on this long-running debate.

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