By Karen Carrillo
This provocative examine the connections—and conflicts—between Latinos and African americans within the usa assesses the demanding situations dealing with either teams as they attempt to accomplish the yankee dream.
• experiences track kinds (such as jazz, salsa, disco, and hip-hop), political connections, and intermarriages among Latinos and African Americans
• Examines debatable matters reminiscent of the Trayvon Martin case, contributors of the Mexican Mafia, and gang violence
• offers issues of harmony among Latinos and African Americans
• Sheds gentle at the universal views and backgrounds of the 2 ethnic teams in addition to their cultural differences
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African American–Latino Relations in the 21st Century: When Cultures Collide (Intersections of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture) by Karen Carrillo