By Wandy Felicita Ortiz
Over 58 million Americans currently claim Latin American heritage.
With a U.S. population of over 330 million people, this means that at least 17% of the nation identifies as having Latinx roots.
Between now and 2028, the Department of Labor anticipates that the Latinx presence in the workplace will increase more than that of any other race or ethnic group in the country.
The way we work and live is becoming continually more diverse due to an often overlooked, yet crucial, part of the global Hispanic experience: the Latinx Diaspora.
If this is your first time hearing about the idea of the Latinx Diaspora and you’re looking to learn about what that idea looks like in your neighborhood, friend groups, or video conference calls, Bold Culture has reached out to workers and scholars who live and study these ideas to show you how you can:
Become familiar with the Latinx Diaspora’s impact on Hispanic and Latinx peoples in the U.S. and beyond