Category Archives: Hispanic American Studies

Black and Brown: African Americans and the Mexican

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The two biggest challenges that I found in my research are the lack of access to financial capital and limited human capital. This may reflect the fact that people make use of healthcare to the extent that they have access to it. The site, www.qwest.com/espanol, is the latest in a long list of strategic moves that Qwest and other phone providers across the nation are making to cater to Hispanics, the largest and fastest-growing minority in the United States. Bureau of Justice Statistics – everything you want to know about crime and crime control.
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The Fine Line: The Legacy

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N4 M455 2011 : Demonstrates that popular lynching plays were mechanisms through which African American communities survived actual and photographic mob violence. Facts and figures about the Hispanic American population reveal it is not only the largest ethnic minority group in the United States but also one of the most complex. To understand the group's motives, the OSA must be placed within the social climate of the era.
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Brown Tide Rising: Metaphors of Latinos in Contemporary

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The National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies will host its national conference in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, February 8-13, 2016. S. style public schools and the English Language would inculcate American values in Puerto Rico's teachers and youth. Among judges, 15.9 percent reported as racial or ethnic minorities: African Americans comprise 8.8 percent, Asian Americans comprise 1.7 percent, Hispanics comprise 4.5 percent, and American Indians comprise 0.8 percent.
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Counseling Latinos and la familia: A Practical Guide

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The economic expansion of the 1990s lowered the share of all Hispanics in or near poverty. Video/C 7976 An investigative documentary on the state of our southern border with Mexico. Nine percent of patients older than 65 years with iron deficiency anemia have a gastrointestinal cancer when evaluated. But this difference is largely due to fewer LGBT men reporting they have children in the home. In 2000, Asians alone were more likely than any other population to have completed a bachelor’s degree, at 44 percent.
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De León, a Tejano Family History

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This represented an increase of 73 percent from 1990. Prerequisite: Sophomore status and consent instructor. 309 Black Music (1920–Present): Vocalist/Trombone/Misc Instrumental. (Crosslisted with Music) 2 credits (H-I). This case is still being litigated before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Conclusion In 2009-2010, the prevalence of obesity was 35.5% among adult men and 35.8% among adult women, with no significant change compared with 2003-2008. Their problems, it follows, require nonmarket solutions (e.g., affirmative action and development of policies designed to maximize their access to needed social and health services, education, etc.) contingent upon the identification of the population whose needs have to be served.
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Guide to Reviews of Books from and About Hispanic

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Whether it's local calls to friends on the same block or international calls to those thousands of miles away, calling is a big business in the Latin American community. Study design overview: flow diagram of CBPR guided intervention development. Although Ecuadorian government officials have estimated that as many as 3 million Ecuadorian citizens live overseas, a recent study by the United Nations and an Ecuadorian graduate university (FLACSO) suggest that an estimate of 1.5 million is much more accurate than 3 million.
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On the Border: Portraits of America's Southwestern Frontier

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With the proceeds from the bigger boat you could buy several boats, eventually you would have a fleet of fishing boats. For more information, or to purchase a copy of the 2012 Yearbook, see www.yearbookofchurches.org. The research firm reports the Top 10 markets and what's projected to ring up at the register this year are California, $189 billion; Texas, $113 billion; Florida, $81 billion; New York, $55 billion; Illinois, $30 billion New Jersey, $25 billion; Arizona, $20 billion; Colorado, $14 billion; New Mexico, $13 billion; and Georgia, $10 billion.
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Hybrid Cultures: Strategies for Entering and Leaving

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The resident may include many people as part of their extended family or part of the patients' wider social network. Eric Hanushek has studied the effect of per-pupil expenditures on academic outcomes, finding either no relationship or a relationship that is either weak or inconsistent. [17] However, researchers Larry V. The mother, as before, is generally seen as the individual most responsible for meeting the domestic needs of husband and children, but in those families in which she has become the disciplinarian, she has frequently found this role is in conflict with her traditional identity as nurturer (Chavira-Prado, p. 258).
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Women Warriors of the Afro-Latina Diaspora

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Such a lack of cultural relativity may result in a misinterpretation of intervention outcomes (Heath, 2000). Patrick. " Feeling the Spirit in the Dark: Expanding Notions of the Sacred in the African-American Gay Community ." You have three major institutions working together and committed to doing the work of enhancing access to African-American literature and culture,” Williams said. (Sentenced State and Federal Prisoners in the US as of 12/31/2014, by Race, Ethnicity, and Gender) Sentenced state and federal prisoners, by age, sex, race, and Latino/Hispanic ethnicity, December 31, 2014 Note: Counts based on prisoners with a sentence of more than 1 year under the jurisdiction of state or federal correctional officials.
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My Penitente land: Reflections on Spanish New Mexico

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BLS 3015 Black Economic Development: 1860 to the Present BLS 3020 Black History in Newspapers and Fiction: 1940-2000 Note: Please see the Baruch Undergraduate Bulletin for official course descriptions; see the Schedule of Classes for official information on course offerings and times. 1000 (1) African History Until the Dispersion, Seventeenth Century A course comprising the history of the African tribal groups and culture in ancient Africa and surveying the various African kingdoms, tribal interaction, and contact with the peoples north of the Sahara.
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