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Even though both terms are used interchangeably, there is a difference between Hispanic and Latino.
That way I'll include both my parents' nationality.
It doesn't really matter if I'm refer to as a Hispanic (for purpose of the language) but I really prefer the term Latino, since It makes me part of a region that I love, protect and respect.
I vibrate with the power of salsa music (Puerto Rico, Cuba and Colombia), I enjoy delicious churrascos ( Brazil and Argentina), I love the peaceful sounds of Andean Music (Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia), I learn how to eat gallo pinto (Costa Rica), a couple of taquitos (Mexico).
I've never in my life heard anybody refer to countries of france, canada, and Australia as the same and say they're all white.
I suppose if I met enough stupid people maybe but I don't travel in such circles.