The Hispanic origin, together with the Anglo-Saxon, Amerindian and African roots, is a founding part of the American society and its identity. Since the 16th century, Hispanics have settled across the North American land, from California to Florida, establishing the basis of what would become the world’s most powerful country. In this conversation we will debate and reflect on the meaning of speaking Spanish today, about the power of language and its connotations. Do some people believe language to be a threat for social stability? What are the current opportunities for the Spanish language and how can we make the most of them?
In Spanish with simultaneous translation in English
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