Teaching Immigration of People of Color to the United States

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Teaching Immigration of People of Color to the United States PDF ebook download This essay begins with the Hispanic colonization of the American Southwest and continues to the present day. In the past sixty years, people of color—Hispanics, blacks, and Asians—account for nearly 90 percent of immigrants to the United States. In discussing these waves of immigration, it is important to remember that the classifications of Hispanics, blacks, and Asians are broad and represent many different groups, each with its own historical experience in the United States.

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