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The Alternative Lexington: Fashioning Home, Place, and Belonging among Lexington's Latino Immigrant Community
Faced with difficulties in joining Lexington's broader identities, I reason that the city's Latino immigrant population has largely crafted an alternative community -- or an "imagined" Lexington -- relying on the bonding ...
Hispanic K-12 Students in the United States Public School System: Why are they Disproportionately Underachieving in School?
Hispanic students account for 22% of all people enrolled in school in the United States and, on average, these students are significantly educationally underachieving compared to their white peers in every academic measure. ...
Silent Culprits: Immigrant Detention Centers
Many gaps exist within the law that allow it to be interpreted differently for immigrants. Although the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 is the foundational law for immigration, it has not served all equally. The ...