It’s not black or white, it’s together with those you mentioned, someone who represents the Latino community.
If you really ask this, it’s because you have no idea what it’s like to be Latino, about our customs or needs. You may have a Latino family or were born in a Latino country, but you are light years away from understanding Latin culture.
… together with someone who speaks Spanish, do you think that’s unreasonable?
It is justified with evidence, @ens.eth have not sent anyone as a speaker to speak in Spanish to address the Latino community at any of the previous events.
I would understand if we were talking about a place where there are hardly any English speakers.
Once again, it’s not black or white, most of these places are inhabited by immigrants, Latinos and people who speak Spanish, there are companies whose main customer speaks Spanish and their owners are Hispanic. Many of them, with a very low level of English. We need to reach out to these groups that speak Spanish.
You don’t need to understand it, it’s not personal.
Once again you show that you haven’t understood anything, I apologize: When B doesn’t understand what A is saying, the responsibility lies with A. I’m sorry. My fault.
Again, it’s not black or white, it’s together with the person with a technical profile, someone who speaks Spanish as a support aid, (teamwork) and represents the Latino community, helping with adoption.
More of the same: if you want to involve Latinos, you must first understand them, a Latino can definitely help.
Different attitude to the same event.
(if I were on the ENS team and knew that my contribution could help Latin American adoption, I would be the first option to go!!!) … and I’m also from Cuban.