10 Things To Know About Caló, a.k.a. Chicano Slang


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In case you’ve never heard of it, Caló is a Chicano dialect, or slang, spoken by Mexican-Americans in  Southwest, L.A., along the border, and beyond. Like Chicano culture itself, Caló contains a blend of Mexican, Spanish, and American influences. Let’s take a look into the language, and what makes it a unique part of the Latino experience.

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