Afro-Hispanic people

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Afro-Hispanic people
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Notable Afro-Hispanic Americans:
Celia Cruz, Nicolás Guillén, Piedad Córdoba, Christina Milian
Total population
Sub Saharan African
>20,000,000 Afro Hispanics
Regions with significant populations
 Colombia 11,703,555
 Dominican Republic 9,542,000
 Cuba 4,126,894
 United States 984,151
 Puerto Rico 1,375,662
 Peru 871,427
 Ecuador 680,000
 Nicaragua 520,786
 Panama 460,977
 Spain 275,000
 Uruguay 200,000
 Venezuela 181,157[1]
 Honduras 152,787
 Costa Rica 125,877
 Bolivia 108,000
 Mexico 103,000
 Argentina 100,000
 Guatemala 100,000
Languages
Spanish, English creole
Religion
Christianity, Afro-American religion, Islam
Related ethnic groups
African diaspora, African Latin American

An Afro-Hispanic American (also Afro-Hispanic) is an Hispanic American with black African ancestry. They are more common in the Hispanic Caribbean and Northern South America. There are many communities of partial black African ancestry in those regions, such as the Mulattos, Mestizos, Zambos, Muzambos, etc.

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