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July/August 1999

July/August 1999 Immigration and Community

Selected Feature Transnationalism not Assimilation By Arturo Sanchez PN 99 At Lowell: Labor and Community Meet  By Marie Kennedy and Chris..

July 30, 1999

Transnational and Local Communities: How Mexican Gangs get Made in New York

By Robert Smith Migration has both local and transnational dimensions. Many of the problems that immigrants face ð for example, disruption..

July 12, 1999

Contesting Mythic America: Community-based Citizenship Education for Immigrants

By Laura Y. Liu Community-based organizations have long served immigrant groups in urban areas. They organize around labor issues, deal..

July 12, 1999

PN99 At Lowell: Labor and Community Meet

By Marie Kennedy and Chris Tilly “WHO’S IN THE HOUSE?” Participants at the Planners Network 1999 conference got used to..

July 12, 1999

Transnationalism not Assimilation

By Arturo Sanchez The contemporary urban landscape is rapidly being transformed by massive waves of non-European immigration. This movement..

July 12, 1999
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