The Hispanic and Latino category focuses on American Latinos, including, but not limited to, Mexican-Americans/Chicanos, Puerto Ricans, Cuban-Americans, and Central and South Americans living in the United States.
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Azteca Web Page
Information for Mexicans, Chicanos, and/or Mexican-Americans, from Los Angeles, CA.
Cultural site dedicated to Chicanos, Mexicanos, and Latinos, with murals, history, lowriders, hip-hop, rock music, and literature.
Cuba - U.S. Relations
Bilingual site with chronology of Cuba-U.S. relations, with links to historical documents as well as reviews of current events.
Dominican American National Roundtable
Organization bringing together the different voices of Dominican-Americans living in the United States.
The Eugene A. Obregon / Congressional Medal of Honor Campaign
Web site to promote a monument honoring Latino Congressional Medal of Honor recipients.
Hispanic Reading Room
Library of Congress research center for the Caribbean, Latin America, and Iberia, and for the people throughout the world historically influenced by Luso-Hispanic heritage, including Latinos in the U.S.
Latino Culture from About.com
Internet resource guide focused on Latin American and U.S. Latino culture, news, food, art, music, politics, and traditions.
Radio journal of Latino news and culture, in English, which is distributed by National Public Radio.
Making Face, Making Soul
Chicana Feminist homepage, with news, discussions, interviews, literature, and academic resources.
An internet resource for those interested in retablos, santos, exvotos, milagros, Spanish colonial and folk art from Mexico and the Americas.
Strategic programs to address priority needs in multicultural communities, including Familias Unidas, a program to improve communication between parents and their children.
National Alliance for Hispanic Health
Non-profit organization focuses on improving the health and well-being of Hispanics. Includes information on programs and health resources.
Smithsonian Institution Center for Latino Initiatives
Include features promoting the history and culture of Latinos in the Americas.
Tomás Rivera Policy Institute
Latino think tank that is a free-standing, non-profit, policy research organization.