When thinking about, looking at, or speaking to someone, consider the brain - your brain, their brain, anyone’s brain; because in it of itself is nothing but a brain that can belong to anybody. So what you’re left with is a person's country of origin, skin color, personal character, cultural mannerisms and traditions, and stereotype. And that’s pretty much it when it comes to another person’s superficial perspective about someone else.
So Latino, Hispanic, Spanish, Mexican, etc; why should one really care about this so deeply as to potentially be so proud that they might think themselves so superior or independent from the rest of humanity? I think its more logical to view one another in terms of each other’s mind and potential and look beyond one’s skin color and nationality. So why not help each other as we should because we ought to care for each other, if not out of logic alone but just not because of something as superficial as nationality or race?