Richard and Rafael Chabran, editors. New York, Marshall Cavendish, 1996. 6 vols.
More than 1900 entries ranging from several paragraphs to signed
full-length articles with annotated bibliographies relating to the
Latino experience in the United States
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Domingo Morel. Political Research Quarterly 69(2), June 2016, pp. 347-360.
"To assess the effects of centralized government on political empowerment among racial minorities, this article examines how state takeovers of local school districts have affected black and Latino descriptive representation on local school boards.
Using an original dataset of state takeovers of local school districts from 1989 to 2013, as well as case study analysis of Newark, New Jersey, this article shows that centralization affects communities differently according to the level of political empowerment they have at the time of centralization." Rutgers-restricted Access
Recent Brazilian Immigrants to the United States: Human Service Needs and Help-seeking Behavior.
David B. Sacks. Thesis (Psy.D.), Rutgers University, 1993. Available?
Um ministerio de consolo: projeto de capacitacao para atender a comunidade luso-brasileira em Newark, N.J..
Valdir Alves dos Reis. Thesis (D.Min.), Drew University, 2008. Available?
Stirring the Melting Pot: Food and the Performance of Inclusion in Newark's Ironbound Neighborhood.
Lori Danielle Barcliff Baptista. Thesis (Ph.D.), Northwestern University, 2009. Available?
Salsa and Everyday Life: Music and Community
Robert Eric Siebert. Thesis (Ph.D.), State University of New York, 2010. Available?
Street Therapists: Race, Affect, and Neoliberal Personhood in Latino Newark.
Ana Y. Ramos-Zayas. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2012. Available?
Ana Y. Ramos-Zayas. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power 14, 2007, 85-109.
"This essay examines the performance of 'race,' particularly the
appropriation of 'Blackness,' among U.S.-born Latinos and Latin American
migrants in two neighborhoods in Newark, New Jersey." Rutgers-restricted Access
Simone Buechler. Latino Studies 12, 2014, pp. 596-619
"This article examines the relatively recent celebration of multiculturalism as a promising part of the neoliberal agenda in Newark and how during a time of economic crisis immigrants have become the scapegoats for a neoliberal model gone awry." Rutgers-restricted Access
Puerto Ricans on the United States Mainland: A Bibliography of Reports, Texts, Critical Studies and Related Materials.
Francesco Cordasco. Totowa, New Jersey, Rowman and Littlefield, 1972.