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•Peruvians began immigrating in 1950.
•Reasons: Economic and studies.
•The largest population of peruvians in the U.S.A. is in Northern New Jersey.
Peruvian Immigration to U.S.A.
Peruvian Immigration to Chicago
•Began in the 1950.
•According to 1990 census, the peruvian community is approximately 20,000 people.
•Most of peruvians are located on the Northwest Side.
•Peruvians celebrate the Independence Day (July 28th).
•Venerate the “Procesión del Señor de los Milagros”.
•They have soccer clubs: Alianza Lima, Universitario de deportes, Sporting Cristal.
•The Peruvian Arts Society publishes every year the journal “El Chasqui”.
•After World War I
•Hundred of professionals moved together
•Jackson Heights, Queens
•During 19th century.
•Among with others, first South
COLOMBIAN IMMIGRATION TO THE U.S.
COLOMBIAN POPULATION IN THE U.S. (2011): 989 000
COLOMBIANS IN CHICAGO'S NEIGHBORHOODS
•Colombians don't congregate in a single neighborhood.
•At first, they settled in the North Side.
•As they earned more money, they started moving.
•Suburbs: Skokie, Evanston, and Arlington Heights.
•Businesses at Lincoln Avenue.
COLOMBIAN CULTURE IN CHICAGO
Established the base for
•Sabor a café
•La parrilla Steak House
•Consulate of Colombia
Para Una Labor Activa
FIRST TIDE OF IMMIGRATION
1848 - 1849
•San Francisco and Santa Clara
•7,000 chileans entered to
SECOND WAVE OF IMMIGRATION
•Salvador Allende (1970)
•Augusto Pinochet (1973)
•17,600 Chileans Immigrated
to the U.S.A
SECOND WAVE OF IMMIGRATION
Father Couchulain Moriarty
return to Chile
THIRD WAVE OF IMMIGRTION
1960s – 1970s
University of Chicago
Free market ideals
IMMIGRATION TO U.S.A.
Why people immigrate?
•People want a better life:
LATINOS IS THE U.S.A.
The Latino population in the U.S. is increasing in many unexpected places such as New York and Miami where latinos has made them their new home.
What is a Latino?
Hispanic or Latino is common said to a person of Cuba, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South or Central America or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race.
WHAT IS THIS ABOUT?
This presentation is an ethnographic study of “latinos” who have immigrated in search of a new life and better opportunities outside Latino America
With a long and rich history in the Chicago area, Latinos are now transforming the entire look and feel of the city and region
There are lots of cities
where Latinos are almost
the half part of population.
nonprofit, multidisciplinary arts organization dedicated to developing, promoting and increasing awareness of Latino culture
MY OWN EXPERIENCE