Latinos: Remaking America (David Rockefeller Center for

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In Texas, the decade-long Cortina War started in 1859. S. policies following the Vietnam War and the unstable political and economic conditions in their home countries. With over 6000 students in over 60 Masters & Doctoral Programs, York University is the 2nd largest graduate school in Ontario... The rise of Chicago's Black metropolis, 1920-1929. Beginning in the late 1960s and in increasing proportions thereafter, Mexican American women began to write about themes directly oriented to the socioeconomic and political challenges that had confronted them over many generations: gender/race-based discriminatory practices in almost all areas of the labor market; inequities in educational opportunities and lack of sufficient local or federal support to alter this situation; the specific needs of Chicana women in poor Mexican American neighborhoods (health care, physical abuse, and unemployment, among others); Chicana prisoner abuse and rights; welfare rights and child care issues; lack of equitable political enfranchisement; and the virtual nonexistence of gender-specific political representation at local, state, or national levels (Córdova, pp. 177-80).

The Cubans of Union City: Immigrants and Exiles in a New

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Except for Chicago, the most segregated cities for Hispanics are all in the Northeast. After the mid-1970s, the LRU rapidly declined. There are more victims than executions because some cases involve more than one victim. Why was being a Hispanic young woman so much more special. Acculturation and Latino adolescents' substance use: A research agenda for the future. There are myriad factors that affect health disparities between racial groups.

Remembering the Hacienda: History and Memory in the Mexican

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Y-chromosome DNA from Africa alone suffices to make this point. Mexicans have lower levels of education than the Hispanic population overall. In 1966 La Alianza occupied a part of the Kit Carson National Forest in New Mexico. The Forum later turned its attention to mainstream politics by organizing voter registration drives and get-out-the-vote campaigns (C. Custodio sent three other articles, on his maternal side de la Corte, on San Juan Del Puerto, where his mother was born, and another on some historical figures from San Juan who came to Nueva Espana.

Handbook of Latin American Studies, Vol. 58: Humanities

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Figure 8 also shows that the share of second- and third-generation Hispanics with at least a bachelor’s degree is significantly higher than that of foreign-born Hispanics. Incidence: It is estimated that the annual incidence of spinal cord injury (SCI), not including those who die at the scene of the accident, is approximately 40 cases per million population in the U. While they were aware of the need to react to oppression from within and without the Mexican American community, they judged the declarations of Anglo American feminists as somewhat excessive in their demands for independence and self-autonomy and contended that such stances, if adopted by Chicanas, might function to disrupt the unity of the Mexican American family.

Mexican American Baseball in the Central Coast (Images of

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That Office is responsible for implementing the DOJ guidance on racial profiling and continues to work with all DHS components to update and strengthen racial profiling training of law enforcement personnel. 113. Intermarriage rates among white and Hispanic newlyweds do not vary by gender. While most Kentuckians report poorer health status than average United States adults, Hispanic Kentuckians are about as likely as other Americans to report fair or poor health.

Latino History in Rhode Island: Nuestras Raices (American

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Bill Tait, an investor in La Paz, says the influx of Hispanics has created an underserved health care population. A cogent critique of feminist theory and practice, Further to Fly identifies the failure of feminism to connect with the social realities it should seek to explain, in particular the decline of black women's empowerment.... This hypothesis is hard to confirm or refute. Biswas MS, Calhoun PS, Bosworth HB, Bastian LA. But there may well be other groups that function as a denomination but do not regard themselves as such.

Lowrider Space: Aesthetics and Politics of Mexican American

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A large number of Puerto Ricans also returned to the island after WWII, during the industrialization period. This is just a selection of some of the interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary databases relevant to American Studies. In an article by Sergio Bustos and Pamela Brogan for The Springfield News-Leader on August 26th, we are introduced into two interesting viewpoints regarding the Latino vote: 1) It is not only the Hispanics themselves that politicians should be going after with the “Hispanic” issues, it’s also all those who relate and care for them and are not necessarily Hispanic themselves. 2) The highly Latino-populated states are pretty much claimed by one of the parties; only a few of the “battleground” states have more than 9% of their population made up of Hispanics.

Greasers and Gringos: Latinos, Law, and the American

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Hence, the data support the finding that, on average, people who marry later are more likely than younger couples to stay married. Or was it a onetime surge brought on by the euphoria of an extraordinary election? ... There are also tribes that are not state or federally recognized. More tools > The provision of culturally competent care starts with an awareness of one’s own culture as well as an understanding of the needs associated with providing care to people of different cultures.

Tejano South Texas: A Mexican American Cultural Province

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The proportion of people of color participating in the workforce will only increase as the United States becomes a more racially and ethnically diverse country. Mexican Americans have made significant and lasting contributions to virtually every element of American culture and society. Additionally, we’ve shared our unbiasing materials and research on our platform re:Work with Google; now anyone from any industry can create unbiasing trainings for their team. With over 6000 students in over 60 Masters & Doctoral Programs, York University is the 2nd largest graduate school in Ontario...

Sancho's Journal: Exploring the Political Edge with the

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Increasing disparity in knowledge of cardiovascular disease risk factors and risk-reduction strategies by socioeconomic status: implications for policymakers. The skill level is entirely based on the respondent’s own opinion of their language ability. In 2006, the Division filed and resolved a major redlining case under the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA). The study points out that over the last decade, some of the fastest growing Latino populations are in the Southeastern United States.