The Hispanic population
The Hispanic population traces its roots back to the indigenous people who lived in North America. Some trace their roots to Asianic and African heritage because of the heterogeneity that was inherent in the region ( Sanchez, 2018) . Their culture is rich in religion and tradition and most of them are devout Catholics since their countries of origin were mainly dominated by the Roman Catholic Church. The regions of the Hispanic communities were colonized by Spain and were known to be part of Spain until the 18 th Century ( Stang & Bonilla, 2018) . Communication outside their community is particularly limited and they tend to talk indirectlyThe community enjoys various recreational activities such as baseball, basketball, and boxing. They also have various activities in their cultures such as Fiesta Quinceañera (or Fiesta Rosa), Día de Muertos, Las Piñatas. Their culture is slowly diminishing but they have continued to strongly maintain and fight for it.