The term Afro-Latino is relatively new in academia. It was adopted as a response to the invisibility of Black people while discussing issues of Latinidad ethnicity. Other terms used to describe the Afro-Latino community are Afro-Hispanic or Black Hispanic, however, it is important to note that Latin and Hispanic, while often used interchangeably, are not synonymous terms.
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Based on twelve months of fieldwork, this study shows how believers experience their religion in its various dimensions. Writing as a native ethnographer, the author offers the personal religious histories of many of Loiza’s residents, some of whom she follows northward to the United States as they re-create regional and political boundaries.
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