A different sort of welcome
- To Live and Let Live in South Los Angeles. Ciria-Cruz, Rene P. // NACLA Report on the Americas;May/Jun2007, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p37
An excerpt from the article "To Live and Let Live in South Los Angeles," by Rene P. Ciria-Cruz, about the relations between African Americans and Hispanic Americans in south Los Angeles, California in line with the immigration problem in the U.S., which originally appeared on the Web site of New...
- Truth overboard: the Australian war on terrorism, boat people and ethnic crime. Collins, Jock // Education Links;Winter2003, Vol. 66/67, p42
Looks at the discourses and political opportunism related to illegal immigration and Middle Eastern crime in Sydney, New South Wales. Link between terrorism and Australian immigration; Examination into the inflow of refugees into Australia; Issue of ethnic crime in Sydney.
- Bigger Than Terrorism. Fukuyama, Francis // Wilson Quarterly;Autumn2005, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p89
This article comments on a challenge facing liberal democracies. In the longer run, the greatest challenge faced by liberal democracies will not be an external one such as defending themselves from international terrorism or managing a return to great power rivalry, but the internal problem of...
- 'Moors out of here.' Myers, Bill // U.S. News & World Report;02/21/2000, Vol. 128 Issue 7, p37
Focuses on racial tensions in Spain's Almeria region between Spanish-born citizens and Moroccan immigrants who are migrant workers in southern Spain. The growing anti-immigrant backlash across Europe; Spain's usual self-image as a place of racial tolerance; Fears that violence will grow with...
- Romantic Crossings: Making Love, Family, and Non-Whiteness in California, 1925--1950. Varzally, Allison // Journal of American Ethnic History;Fall2003, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p3
Discusses the arrival of non-white immigrants in California between 1925 and 1950. Process by which European ethnics acquired racial advantages; Romantic and familial ties made among minorities; Social relationships that nurtured pan-ethnic sensibilities and collaborations among non-whites.
- CELEBRATING CROWN DAY AFTER THE 1990S SAXON MIGRATION: RECONFIGURATIONS OF ETHNICITY IN A SOUTH TRANSYLVANIAN VILLAGE. C�MPEANU, CLAUDIA N. // Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai, Sociologia;Dec2012, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p101
In this paper I discuss reconfigurations of ethnic relations in a village in South Transylvania following the migration of most of its Saxon population to Germany. I use the example of a yearly celebration, the Crown Day, to explore continuities and transformations in ethnic identities and...
- PEOPLE. // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Malawi;May2005, p2
Presents information on the ethnology of Malawians. Major ethnic groups located in the country; Details of migrations and tribal conflicts which precluded the formation of the Malawian society; Persistence of regional distinctions and rivalries among ethnic groups.
- American racial and ethnic politics in the 21st century. HOCHSCHILD, JENNIFER L. // Brookings Review;Spring98, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p43
Discusses ethnic and racial politics in the United States in the 21st century. Ethnic coalitions and antagonisms; Complexity in racial and ethnic politics, according to a 1994 National Conference survey; African Americans' view on immigration policy.
- A LAB FOR XENOPHOBIA AND TOLERANCE. Muller, Zdenek // New Presence: The Prague Journal of Central European Affairs;Winter2002, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p7
Features the French port of Marseille, which for over 100 years, has been a laboratory of immigration and assimilation. Mix of ethnic groups and cultures; Local xenophobia; Good example of a successfully integrated multi-racial city in France.