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Transcript of Latino Culture
Latino Family Culture
El día de Los Muertos
* Observed October 31st-November 1st
*Celebration to honor the dead – It is believed that souls did not die, but instead went to “Mictlán” (Place of Death)
*Ways to celebrate Dia de los Muertos: Sugar skulls, altars, marigolds, masks, festivals, parades, candles, photos, momentos, food
What is Latino?
Mr. Julio Rausseo
* Graduate of Western Illinois University with a degree in Broadcasting and Sociology
*Raised in a culturally diverse family: Puerto Rican & Venezuelan
Jackie Currie Perdomo& Valerie Farmer
(The day of the dead)
*Refers to family cohesiveness and interdependence
*Emphasis on interpersonal relationships
*Areas of struggle
(Sue & Sue, 2013)
(Baumann, Kuhlberg, &Zayas, 2010)
* Men are expected to be strong, dominant, and the provider for the family
*Nurturer, submissive and
*Seen as family martyr
* Areas of struggle
Zanipatin, Welch, Yi, & Bardina, 2005;
L.L. Hayes, 1997)
* What were your initial reactions?
*Are you surprised by these stereotypes?
*Have you seen stereotypes like this?
*In what ways have you fed into the stereotypes?
*Have you encountered intraracial stereotyping? (Latino person being prejudice towards another Latino person)
*Latino and Hispanic are referred to interchangeably when speaking about people from spanish-speaking
*Encompasses traditions, customs, language, religious beliefs, cuisine, art, and social and family values.
*Includes 21 countries to date
*Winner of the coloring contest
...drum roll please...
*Head of household
*Areas of struggle
(Sue &Sue, 2013)
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