Marcha Latino Chicago and the Immigrant Rights Movement
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Description: Marcha surveys forces that have given shape and power to the contemporary immigrant rights movement in Chicago, a city with longstanding historic ties to immigrant activism. Positing Chicago as a microcosm of the immigrant rights movement, these essays plumb an extraordinarily rich set of data regarding recent immigrant rights activities, defining the cause as a panethnic, transnational movement.
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List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Publication date: 6/11/2010
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|Timeline of Immigrant Mobilization|
|Political and Historical Context|
|Taking the Public Square: The National Struggle for Immigrant Rights|
|The Chicago Context|
|Competing Narratives on the March: The Challenges of News Media Representations in Chicago|
|The Role of the Catholic Church in the Chicago Immigrant Mobilization|
|Hoy Marchamos, Maï¿½ana Votamos: It's All Part of the Curriculum|
|Labor Joins la Marcha: How New Immigrant Activists Restored the Meaning of May Day|
|Marchando al Futuro: Latino Immigrant Rights Leadership in Chicago|
|Mexican Hometown Associations in Chicago: The Newest Agents of Civic Participation|
|Permission to March? High School Youth Participation in the Immigrant Rights Movement|
|Minutemen and the Subject of Democracy|
|Immigrants, Citizens, or Both? The Second Generation in the Immigrant Rights Marches|
|Representing "La Familia": Family Separation and Immigrant Activism|
|Grappling with Latinidad: Puerto Rican Activism in Chicago's Pro-Immigrant Rights Movement|
|List of Contributors|