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Hispanic Stereotypes

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Adriana Olmedo

on 21 April 2010

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Hispanic Stereotypes Song Hispanic Art Literature plays soccer high school dropout little english illegal immigrant mexican eats rice and beans with tortillas Juanes ft. Nelly Furtado- Fotografía gang memeber The House On Mango Street
By Sandra Cisneros It deals with a young Latina girl, Esperanza Cordero, growing up in the Chicago Chicano ghetto. It also incorporates the Latino American culture. lazy border hopper wetback Facts About 50 percent of Hispanics in the United States have origins in Mexico. The other 50 percent come from a variety of countries, including El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, and Colombia. Thirty-six percent of the Hispanics in the United States live in California. works at McDonalds The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the number of foreign-born Hispanic construction workers increased in 2006. Counting only Latinos who dropped out after engaging the American education system yields a rate of about 15 percent among 16- to 19-year-olds. That is good news. The bad news is that this dropout rate is twice as high as the dropout rate for comparable non-Hispanic whites. Further on the positive side, this report finds that the dropout rate for Latinos in U.S. schools is improving as it has been for non-Latinos. Mexico, India, China, the Philippines, and Cuba are the top five countries of birth of lawful immigrants in 2005. ImmigrationCounters.com provides the key numbers resulting from illegal immigration in the United States. Using the latest government and private sources, research and analysis trending data is factored at their individual rates of increase.
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