Rimas (Hispanic notes & monographs, essays, studies, and

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You can also contact a Reference Librarian for further assistance. For example, of major US Hispanic groups with populations of over 1 million, in northern Mexico, most people are White or bi-racial having White/Native American Ancestry, while in southern Mexico, the majority are Native American or of Native American and European Ancestry. This post-World War II bilingual title, founded by the children of political refugees, became the voice of a new generation of Hispanic-American citizens.

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Harvest of Hope: The Pilgrimage of a Mexican-American

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This is not a race, it is ethnicity and language. How midwestern Latinos view strong marriages. Latino Families in Therapy: A Guide to Multicultural Practice. During World War II, Americans of Japanese ancestry were interned in camps by an executive order signed by President Franklin D. The number of whites (78,500 prisoners) serving time for rape or another sexual offense at yearend 2013 was more than the total of both blacks (39,700 prisoners) and Hispanics (37,300 prisoners) in state prison for these crimes.

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Good Rx V: Grinding Out An American Dream

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It helps visualize the trend of how the Hispanic population skews young — in this case, on the left of the chart: The Hispanic population in Texas is younger than the non-white Hispanic population. If you watch the news, they also make race very clear when they are reporting on Hispanics, e.g., White Hispanic, black Hispanic, etc. Hispanics are the largest ethnic minority in the United Sates with over 46 million people identifying themselves as Hispanic in the latest Census poll. Italian-American children who attend parochial schools wear the distinctive school uniforms, and a few elderly women may wear traditional garb, such as black dresses, but as with Hispanic-Americans, it may be difficult to “identify” them at first glance.

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Air Down Here

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WHD also conducts community-based outreach initiatives tailored to meet the needs of local worker populations and industries. S. adult population, while the lifetime prevalence of alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence is 17.8 and 12.5 percent, respectively (Hasin et al. 2007). A person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent including, for example, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippine Islands, Thailand, and Vietnam.

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The Stanford Law Chronicles: Doin' Time On The Farm

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On one hand, positive stereotypes justify the use of more negative stereotypes. This expanded version included the question "Fraction of person's lineage that is white." [10] The 1910 census was similar to that of 1900, but it included a reinsertion of "Mulatto" and a question about the respondent's "mother tongue." "Ot" was also added to signify "other races", with space for a race to be written in.

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Junipero Jose Serra (Latinos in American History)

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A Latino/Xicano/Mexicano/Native American (in order of true origins) with an obsidian toungue. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations, NCLR reaches millions of Hispanics each year in 41 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. After representing a major share of naturalized citizens in the 1960s and 1970s, Western Europeans represented only 8.9% of those naturalized in Las Vegas in the mid-1980s and only 2.9% in 1999-2000.

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Dolores Huerta: Labor Leader (The Twentieth Century's Most

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Arroyo et al. (2003) reported that Whites in 12-step facilitation (TSF) therapy had better drinking outcomes than did Whites in other types of treatment or Hispanics in TSF therapy. Because of its anonymity and versatility, gang members could potentially use Second Life to recruit, spread propaganda, commit other crimes such as drug trafficking, and receive training for real-world criminal operations. Mexico 58.7% (Percent distribution) Cuba 10.1% Dominican Republic 4.8% 41 Central America 15.1% South America 11.4% Foreign-Born Persons from Spanish-Speaking Latin America: 1990 Figure 19.

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Diego Rivera (Great Hispanic Heritage)

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Many demonstrably effective programs at the elementary or middle level already are flourishing in schools around the country. Insistence on considering "Hispanic" anyone who has at least one "Hispanic" parent or ancestor betrays a remarkable obsession with racial purity and racial classification that should not remain unnoticed or escape criticism at a time when racism is, presumably, under attack. Additionally, Beals et al. (2005) found, relative to Northern Plains Indians, that Southwest Indians are less likely to report past-year (4.5 versus 9.8 percent) and lifetime (9.8 versus 16.6 percent) alcohol dependence, with lower rates for women regardless of tribe affiliation.

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The Darien venture, (Hispanic notes & monographs; essays,

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In addition, ethnic American associations accounted for the strength of national identification for Caucasian participants, but not for Latino participants (Study 2). People think of Hispanics as the latest, most recent group to enter the so called "melting pot". The survey uses two sets of questions, the basic CPS and the supplement. Currently I am learning Italian in college, but I learned some Spanish and French in high school. Handloff, Library of Congress, Washington, DC) A Country Study: Algeria (historical, cultural, political and economic information, from ancient to modern times, arranged by topic) (Helen Chapan Metz, Library of Congress, Washington, DC) Algeria (links and bibliography, both on the independence movement and on current politics) (Vincent Ferraro, Mount Holyoke C.) Postcolonial Web: Morocco (includes sections on history, geography, politics, and bibliography; within a site devoted to poctcolonial literature)(National U. of Singapore) Rhodesia: Unilateral Declaration of Independence Documents, 1965 (Modern History Sourcebook page) (Paul Halsall, U.

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Brown Celluloid: Latino/A Film Icons and Images in the

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As historians Stephen Schlesinger and Stephen Kinzer have demonstrated (1999), the United Fruit Company became a "swaggering behemoth" by applying a range of strong-arm tactics including bribery, fraud, extortion, and tax evasion. Educators need to account for diversity among Hispanic students. Unfortunately, the couple had no resources. In a series of seminars conducted around the country, HNBA volunteers provide information on homeownership and foreclosure prevention in English and Spanish.

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