Chicano - Sin Fin!

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For example, a study showed that there was high attribution of the risk of hypertension to high-fat diet and stress but less awareness of the role of lack of exercise, salt intake, and obesity. 132 The heavy attribution of increased risk mainly to diet and at the exclusion of obesity and exercise was also encountered in another study. 133 In interviews with 12 groups of blacks or African Americans (≈9 people per group) in the Dallas, TX, area, the most frequently reported perceived causes of hypertension were stress (100% of groups interviewed), heredity (83%), consumption of pork (67%), salt intake (67%), excessive use of alcohol (67%), overweight (67%), and evil spirits (42%).
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Lalo: My Life and Music

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The 2011 NGTA enhances and builds on the gang-related trends and criminal threats identified in the 2009 assessment. Maricela* was six years old when her mom made the heart-wrenching decision to leave her with her grandmother in Mexico so she could find work in Chicago to support her young children. The cartoon version of The Tick featured Carmalita (voice of Jennifer Hale), the daughter of the mad scientist Dr. Latino is not a race; it's a linguistic group.
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The art of Joaquin Sorolla, (Hispanic notes & monographs;

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The mortality ratios for women were 1.22, 0.75, and 0.70, respectively. A. organized a boycott in commemoration of the 1968 protest. The event highlights Hispanic culture with carnival games, arts and crafts, live music, face painting, pony rides, and ethnic food. Puerto Rico's population increased oy over 810.000 Puerto Rico's population in 1990 was more than three times as large as it was in 1899. 1910 1920 1,300 1930 1940 1950 2,211 1960 1.5 I 1.3 1990 1.2 Women 15 to 24 years I E-1 1980 1970 3.4 _ 1980 2.8 1990 Women 35 to 44 years 4.1 1970 3,197 3,522 Population of Purto Rico 31 Women 25 to 34 years 3.0 (Average number per ever-married woman) Puerto Rico - Children Ever Born: 1970 to 1990 Figure 49. 1899 953 1,118 (In thousands) Puerto Rico - Population: 1899 to 1990 Figure 48.
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Cuban Americans (We Are America)

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Educational achievement significantly improves after the first generation but statistics do not indicate that it substantially improves after that, perhaps because intermarriage causes a significant number of high- achieving Hispanic descendants to no longer be classified as Hispanic. George Staiduhar and Eddie Rodick on Stage! For mixed race individuals, the cultural heritage with which a person most closely identifies usually defines his or her race.
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Waldo Frank: Prophet of Hispanic Regeneration

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S. mainland was characterized by a massive wage-labor flow after World War II that has ebbed and flowed according to economic conditions on both the island and the mainland. Participants will become familiar with appropriate measures for assessing English Language Learners (ELL) students. 5. Each year, during the HNBA Annual Convention, the Academy offers relevant professional development and leadership training aimed at Latina lawyers. This includes Mayan hieroglyphic texts and a common form of Maya sculpture, the stela.
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Manny Ramirez (Latinos in Baseball)

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The phallic symbolism suggested by such scenes did not escape Brazil's president, Getulio Vargas, who censored Berkely's film in Brazil (Woll 1980). S. businesses, 80.4 percent were nonemployer firms. Advocates are counting on teachers like Colon to help bridge a growing cultural gap and raise Hispanic academic performance. “It’s a tough world out there for our county’s Latino youth,” said Enid Gonzalez, a lawyer with CASA of Maryland, an immigrant advocacy group. “They look around their school and they don’t see one person who looks like them unless they are a janitor or on the support staff.
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Thirteen Tangos for Stravinsky

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Puerto Ricans (12 percent) and Cubans (5 percent) were the next largest groups. To define a sector as "low-barrier", the authors use measures of human and financial capital requirements to enter the industry. 7Evidence on language proficiency shows that this is an important determinant of wage gaps (see W. The growth of the Hispanic population this century is due mainly to births in the United States, not immigration from abroad, a reversal of the pattern over the previous four decades.
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A Darker Shade of Crimson: Odyssey of a Harvard Chicano

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Overall, the take-home message is straightforward. Working with colleague Amon Emeka, USC’s Vallejo found that 6 percent of Americans with Latino ancestry do not actually identify themselves ethnically as Latino. At the same time, preferences for worship in Spanish have also declined, as discussed below. Steinberg, A., Davilla, J., Collazo, J., Loew, R., & Fischgrund, J. (1997). Results showed that there were no differences in caregiver burden between the two groups.
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Soraya: A Life of Music, A Legacy of Hope

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Changing America: Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being by Race and Hispanic Origin. Both males and females were more likely to be unemployed in 1990 than in 1980 or 1970. There is a critical need for more ELL programs and a need to train and recruit more ELL teachers to serve this rapidly growing student population. And, indeed, the most vigorous pushers exhibit strong personal ties with Mexico, or are "Latinos" of (predominantly) Mexican ancestry. 2 I mean, the significant genetic differences, like IQ, reproductive strategy, proneness to criminal and otherwise asocial behavior, etc.
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Ten Hispanic American Authors (Collective Biographies)

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This demographic trend has future implications for caregiving dependency ratios. Enjoy meaningful connections and extended happy hour specials. Although predominate in New York and New Jersey, the Trinitarios have expanded to communities throughout the eastern United States, including Georgia, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. Oregon MEChA Statewide promotes educational excellence and leadership in high school students of Latino background in Oregon.
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