Hayes-Bautista, David E.; Rodríguez, Gregory
September 1994
New Republic;9/5/94, Vol. 211 Issue 10, p23
Focuses on the coexistence between the African Americans and the Hispanic Americans in Inglewood, California. Response of both institutions to the dramatic change in the population; Positive consequences from the city's ethnic and socio-economic makeup; Local effort to combat crime and youth delinquency; Sensitivity to issues of race and ethnicity; Factors influencing the emergence of post-minority consciousness; Introduction of a comprehensive juvenile curfew program.


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