On April 28, 2015, nbcnews.com featured Esther J. Cepeda's essay titled, "Latino Today, But What About Tomorrow?" in their Latino News section.
CHICAGO - There are two kinds of Hispanics in this country.
Those who are Latino only by others' definitions of them, who have unique identities of their own tied to either their parents' home country or their own experience of growing up in a specific region of America. They probably identify more with their personal areas of interest - foodie, Catholic, parent, marathoner, IT professional, knitter - than they do with an overt statement of their heritage...
Click here to read Esther J. Cepeda's full essay.