14 Oct

Before Tenochtitlan: Book One

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Another twenty-nine percent experience two or three risk factors and may need assistance that families, schools, and communities cannot provide. Voting and registration in the election of November 2004. As already discussed at length in this report, immigrants who have been in the country longer are much better off than newer arrivals. Temporary visitors (tourists and business travelers) account for an overwhelming majority of all nonimmigrant admissions.

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14 Oct

Beauty Salon

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Although persons born in Puerto Rico are U. Examinees will see a maximum of one case w... The Torture Victim Protection Act contains a ten-year statute of limitations. 187. GDP (8.3 percent in 2000), it is responsible for one-third of new output. Despite gains of the type noted here, however, the systematic inclusion of women at all levels of the policy-making and planning processes is far from complete. 472. Specific issues with licensing of broadcast stations and broadcast journalists are dealt within the section State Regulation of Broadcast Media.

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13 Oct

Panoramas

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Observing Terry and others acting suspiciously in front of a store, a police officer concluded that they might rob it. The Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System data enabled us to examine the trends based on self-reported weight and height since the early 1990s. The countries of the Caribbean Basin, and among them particularly Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Cuba, have felt most strongly the weight, and the lure, of the U.

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13 Oct

Antonio's Will

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Between 1990 and 2000, newspaper companies aggressively sought to expand their holdings in both numbers of newspapers and in specific geographic areas, seeking especially to cluster their holdings in and around metropolitan areas. There was also extensive restructuring of domestic financial markets-interest-rate ceilings were abolished and competition between different financial institution intensified, facilitated by greater diversification.

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13 Oct

Outcast

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Among other things, the American Recovery and Reinvention Act of 2009 included a direct appropriation of $100 million in grant funding to be administered by OVC. 161. The trends also differ for different population groups. Six are elected by the member banks in the district. When credentials are denied or unexpectedly "pulled" from a legitimate media organization in retaliation for a story, the rest of the "pool" of correspondents, or the rest of those organizations credentialed to cover an event, often refuse to cover the event at all.

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13 Oct

Chasing the Moon

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Paid less than whites for comparable jobs, they were regarded by white workers as union busters and scabs. The analysis of census data by the nonpartisan, Washington-based Pew Hispanic Center charts a substantial demographic shift among the nation's 16 million Hispanic children, who constitute one of the fastest growing child populations in the United States and account for more than one of five U. The study categorizes white evangelicals, 26.3% of the population, as the country's largest religious cohort; [134] another study estimates evangelicals of all races at 30–35%. [136] The total reporting non-Christian religions in 2007 was 4.7%, up from 3.3% in 1990. [135] The leading non-Christian faiths were Judaism (1.7%), Buddhism (0.7%), Islam (0.6%), Hinduism (0.4%), and Unitarian Universalism (0.3%). [134] From 8.2% in 1990, [135] 16.1% in 2007 described themselves as agnostic, atheist, or simply having no religion, [134] still significantly less than in other postindustrial countries such as Britain (2005: 44%) and Sweden (2005: 85%). [137] American public education is operated by state and local governments, regulated by the United States Department of Education through restrictions on federal grants.

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13 Oct

Growing Up Puerto Rican

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The increase was much lower than the increase during the 1990s when the child population grew by 8.7 million. City governments, usually headed by a mayor or city manager, have the power to levy taxes; to borrow; to pass, amend, and repeal local ordinances; and to grant franchises for public service corporations. An interesting development in recent years has been the resurgence of "byline strikes," whereby reporters, columnists, and sometimes photographers refuse to publish bylines with their stories.

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12 Oct

The Concrete River: Poems

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Republicans made some small gains in Latino partisanship during the 1980s, but not in the period since. And 16 percent of Latino immigrant workers in the United States in 1997–2001 (almost 10 percent of all Latino workers) came after they were 30 years old.19 Consequently, they will not have time to accumulate a full 35 years of covered earnings in the United States. Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. BUSH, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim September 15 through October 15, 2003, as National Hispanic Heritage Month.

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12 Oct

La Tia Tula

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Medical Anthropology and the World System: A Critical Perspective, 1997. Legacies: The story of the immigrant second generation. Near is best known for being the first time the court found the First Amendment's freedom of the press clause to be binding on state governments. S. between the 1880s and 1920s, accounting for about 13 percent of the U. Among all foreign-born persons, 16 million were born in the 20 Spanish-speaking countries, and of them over 97 percent selfreported as “Hispanic or Latino.” Another 18.4 million persons were born elsewhere in the world, and 99 percent of them indicated they were not “Hispanic or Latino.” The overwhelming majority (95 to 99 percent) of those born in each of the major Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America self-reported as “Hispanic or Latino” in 2000.15 Among those born in non-Spanishspeaking countries, only minuscule proportions identified as Hispanic— for example, only 1 percent of those born in the Philippines, and—from 14Whether a particular ethno-national self-identification survives into the second or thirdand-beyond generations, or shifts into a “Hispanic” or “Latino” pan-ethnicity, or fades altogether into non-Hispanic identities as a result of mixed parentage, ethnic intermarriage, racialization, or assimilation remain open empirical questions.

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12 Oct

Mexican American Theatre Then and Now

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Cultural differences between patients and health care providers may create barriers to access as well. The average minimum temperature for January in Duluth, Minn., is −19°c (−3 °f). The remainder was of some other Central American, South American or other Hispanic or Latino origin. Other barriers to access reviewed in this chapter, which are harder to measure and capture in quantitative analyses, are likely to affect the utilization of care by Hispanics.

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