6 comments

  • Justina V.
    19/09/2021 19:38

    Spain is known as the “Land of Rabbits.” It was named by the Carthaginians somewhere around 300 B.C. They called it Ispania (sphan, meaning “rabbit.”) Evidently, there was an abundance of rabbits that roamed the land back then. The Romans, when they arrived, decided to keep the name, calling it Hispania.

  • Tono Z.
    17/09/2021 01:56

    Not sure i want to hear this guy when he is supporting the latnx word

  • Chris A.
    16/09/2021 18:13

    What a joke america is

  • Erick C.
    16/09/2021 14:38

    Most Latino's / Hispanics that I know including myself do not use the term Latinx

  • Alfred C.
    16/09/2021 08:07

    Roman description of the Iberian Peninsula peoples...Hispania

  • Peter K.
    16/09/2021 01:46

    Ok im on the wright topic now instead of all kinds of labels why cant we just stay broad all lives matter don't we all want to be people with love for one another i have german Russian decent as well as mexican and hispanic roles in my family I've dated black women and loved them as people truth be told i really dig asian ladies so if you have something to say its your freedom that many in family have died to give you but say it not in front of me or we will have a conversation not vary civilized but i love you too

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