Prof. Marcelo Cruz is promoting a four-week (May 24 – June 18) summer course, Latino Communities in the United States. Students will survey the experiences of the Mexican, Caribbean, Central and South American communities in the United States. According to the census of 2000, there were approximately 12,000 Latinos living in the city of Green Bay, making them the largest and fastest growing minority group in the city. Students will explore the complex nature of the Latino experience in Green Bay within the historical experience of Latinos in this country. For details, contact Cruz, MAC Hall B313, ext.2360.
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