Tapping into California's Central Valley's Hidden Wealth: Its Rich Cultural Capital

Fujimoto, Isao; Sandoval, Gerardo
September 2006
Berkeley La Raza Law Journal;Fall2006, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p245
Academic Journal
The article examines the rich ethnic diversity and strengthened cultural and economic capital of Central Valley, California. According to the authors, the paper will provide an overview of the ethnic's diversity, patterns of settlement, its contribution to the Valley's and California's agriculture and its developed strategies to deal with barriers. They added that the paper also concludes with a discussion of possibilities for political empowerment.


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