In 2015, the United States was declared the world's second largest Spanish-speaking nation, behind only Mexico. 

US Has More Spanish Speakers than Spain

A PBS article outlines and debunks key myths about Spanish in the U.S., revealing its role in the country's history and contemporary culture. 

Myths About Spanish in the U.S. 

Shortly after the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo was ratified, California drafted its first Constitution, and translated the official document into Spanish.

California's 1849 Constitution, In Spanish

A New York lawyer goes on a videotaped rant against speaking Spanish in public places, and the internet strikes back. 

Aaron Schlossberg Rant & Fallout

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