Latin People in america reject the stereotypes about their community, that they say stay rampant in Spanish culture
Almost 80% of this young ones of immigrants in Spain feel “right in the home, ” according to a study because of the Jose Ortega y Gasset Foundation, The Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Study (CILS), published in November 2017 and modeled after having a similar research carried out in the usa by Princeton University.
Lina Khaterine Larrea, that is from Colombia, undoubtedly felt at home in Spain, but just until she switched 10. This is certainly whenever she started initially to be bullied in school.
Manuel Enrique Paulino, Peruvian journalist
“They would put rocks they’d call me a cokehead at me. Simply because I became Colombian, ” she explains, sitting benaughty in a square in downtown Madrid. That is when she recognized that having two identities had been likely to mean “pain and lose. ”
Eventually, Lina Larrea made a decision to conceal her Colombian identity. Continuar lendo Latinos in Spain: choosing the balance that is delicate two identities