As a Latino, what does your American identity mean to you?
In the days after the El Paso massacre, many Latinos found themselves reflecting about their place in America.

Some have been on U.S. soil for centuries. Others just a couple decades or a couple years.

They carry with them all the things they’ve adopted in this country and all that previous generations passed along.

For many, the American identity is a notion in constant flux. It shifts, defines and challenges.

As a Latino, what does your American identity mean to you? How has it shaped you and your family?

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