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Latinos & the U.S. South To Order:

Across Races & Nations: Building New Communities in the U.S. South, Smith, Barbara Ellen (Project Director). 2006. $25.00, 370 pages, English & Spanish.

Organizational Resources for Latino Immigrants to the U.S. South, Gizelle Alverio and Barbara Ellen Smith, March 2004. $5, 41 pages.  A Joint Product of the Center for Research on Women at the University of Memphis, the Highlander Research and Education Center, and the Southern Regional Council.

Directorio Corregido: Este directorio contiene organizaciones no lucrativas que abogan por los intereses de los latinos y/o unifican esfuerzos entre los residentes del sur de los Estados Unidos y los latinos recién llegados en los siguientes estados: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missisippi, Carolina del Norte, Carolina del Sur, Tennessee, Virginia y Virginia Occidental.

Al final del directorio se incluye la lista de organizaciones nacionales que proporcionan servicios esenciales en el sur de los Estados Unidos. No están incluidas las organizaciones de servicios sociales que funcionan a nivel local y se especializan sólo en brindar servicios (y no en tareas organizativas). La única excepción son las entidades no lucrativas que tratan temas legales que los latinos enfrentan como inmigrantes y trabajadores. Desde ya, nos disculpamos por cualquier omisión o error que pudiera existir y les pedimos que envíen sus correcciones a crow@memphis.edu.

Urban Middle-Class Women's Responses to Political Crisis in Buenos Aires, Briones, C., Mendoza, M., Fava, R., Rosán, A., Diaz, G., and Esplugas, M., April 2003 (24 pages). This preliminary report on the responses of urban middle-class Argentine women to political crisis is based on the analysis of observations and interviews recorded in Buenos Aires from February 15th to September 30th, 2002.

Latino Immigrants in Memphis, Tennessee: Their Local Economic Impact, Mendoza, Marcela, David H. Ciscel, and Barbara Ellen Smith, 2001 (16 pages), $5.

Latino Immigrant Women in Memphis, Mendoza, Marcela, 2002 (30 pages including maps and charts). This report is the product of a collaborative project involving the Highlander center in New Market, Tennessee, the Southern Regional Council (SRC) in Atlanta, and CROW.

The New Latino South: An Introduction, Smith, Barbara Ellen, 2001 (13 pages plus maps and questionaire). A joint project of CROW, the Highlander Research and Education Center, and the Southern Regional Council. Color copy: $10.00.

The New Latino Workforce: Employers' Experiences in Memphis, Mendoza, Marcela, 2001 (32 pages). Prepared in partnership by The Work Place, Inc. and CROW. Color copy: $6.50. Black and white copy: $3.50.

New 2000 Estimates of the Hispanic Population for Shelby County, Tennessee, Burrell, L.S., S. Redding, S. Schenk, and M. Mendoza, 2001 (21 pages). Prepared in partnership by REDC and CROW. Color copy: $6.50. Black and white copy: $3.50


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La población hispana de los Estados Unidos (Hispanic Population of the United States, based on 2000 Census)

 






 

 

 






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