Latinos in New England

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Temple University Press , Philadelphia, PA
Statementedited by Andrés Torres.
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Paginationx, 325 p. :
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Open LibraryOL22733567M
ISBN 101592134173

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As an alternative, the Kindle eBook is available now and can be read on any device with the free Kindle : Andres Torres. summary. More than one million Latinos now live in New England. This is the first book to examine their impact on the region's culture, politics, and economics.

At the same time, it investigates the effects of the locale on Latino residents' lives, traditions, and ing methodologies from a variety of disciplines, twenty-one contributors explore Cited by:   Latinos in New England. This collection of essays assembles new writings from experts who examine the Latino impact on New England, a region often perceived as a hub of civility and tolerance, but which has become a new testing ground for public policies that challenge this progressive reputation/5.

This collection of essays assembles new writings from experts who examine the Latino impact on New England, a region often perceived as a hub of civility and tolerance, but which has become a new testing ground for public policies that challenge this progressive reputation.

Latinos are playing increasingly central roles in significant contemporary debates on such issues as immigration policy. "More than one million Latinos now live in New England. This is the first book to examine their impact on the region's culture, politics, and economics.

At the same time, it investigates the effects of the locale on Latino residents' lives, traditions, and institutions. Latinos in New England by,Temple University Press edition, in English. More than one million Latinos now live in New England.

This is the first book to examine their impact on the region's culture, politics, and economics. At the same time, it investigates the effects of the locale on Latino residents' lives, traditions, and ing methodologies from a variety of disciplines, twenty-one contributors explore topics in three broad areas: demographic.

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Immigrant Latino households have a median income that trails the national median by $24, (or more than 40 percent). Among second-generation Latino households, the gap is only $10, according.A Latino/a or Hispanic person can be any race or color.

In general, "Latino" is understood as shorthand for the Spanish word latinoamericano (or the Portuguese latino-americano) and refers to (almost) anyone born in or with ancestors from Latin America and living in the U.S., including g: New England.