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Afro-American resources

African-Americans Military - African-Americans Notable People - African Americans: By Region, State and Locality - Black History Month - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - General Resources - Historically Black Colleges and Universities - Legislation, Historic Documents - Underground Railroad/Harriet Tubman  

Hispanic, Latino-American Resources

Latino-American Civil Rights - Latino-American General Resources - Hispanic Heritage Month - Is it Hispanic or Latino? - Latino-Americans Military - Latino-American Notable People - Specific Latino Cultural Information - Latino-American Regional Information

Some Specific Latino-American Cultures

Cuban American - Mexican-American - Puerto Rican


Asian-American Resources
Asian-American General Resources - Asian American Civil Rights - Asian-American Military Service - Asian-American Notable People

Some Specific Asian-American Cultures

Cambodian-American - Chinese-American - Filipino-American - Hmong-American - Indo-American - Japanese-American - Korean-American - Laotian-American - Persian-American - Thai-American - Vietnamese-American


Afro-American Lesson Plans - Hispanic-Americans / Latino Lesson Plans - Asian-American Lesson Plans - Multiculturalism & Tolerance Lesson Plans

Casa Cuba __ "The idea of Casa Cuba was born in 1996 by Evelio Fernandez, Carlos Vázquez, Ricardo Miranda, Angelucho Bermúdez, and Jorge Ferragut in order to bring Cuban culture to the Houston community." Learn what has happened since and about their plans for the future. A 'great' future from the sound of things. - illustrated - From - - 

CNC Home Page __ "To date, the Council has helped over 3,000 at-risk students to remain in school, graduated 249 with a high school diploma, made 35,800 direct job placements; created more than 4,000 new jobs; awarded over 80 internships to needy students; published more than 60 policy papers and books, and built new housing units for 1,700 persons of low and moderate income." With that kind of a record, you may want to learn more about this organization. - From - 

Cuban American Heritage Festival - Key West, Florida __ Learn about this Florida festival, its history, plans for the future and view galleries from past events. - illustrated - From - 

Cuban Americans __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From Wikipedia - 
Cuban-Americans Prepare for Restrictions on Travel Home __ An editorial article - From - 


Cuban Americans, U.S. Still Prefer a Hard Line on Castro __ An editorial article. - From - 

Cuban Family Rights __ Miami-based organization which opposed 2004 restrictions on family visits and remittances. You will find articles and press releases in English and Spanish. - From - 

Cuban Heritage Trail Magazine @ Florida OCHP __ While this site promotes subscription to a magazine, there is enough general information available free to make it a resource. - From State of Florida -
Discrimination Against a Cuban-American __ An editorial article - From -

History of Cuban Immigration to the United States __ "Throughout history, Cubans have come to the United States in search of a better life. Towards the end of the 19th century Cubans, especially musicians, began to settle in places such as New Orleans, Louisiana."  This article is a good overview of Cuban immigration. - From -

People, Races, Ethnicity in the U.S. Cuban Americans __ A brief overview of Cuban-American history. "About the Cuban Americans in the U.S. including where they are from, why they left, how many there are, famous Cuban-Americans and more." - From - 

The Political Attitude of Young Cubans __ With a new generation of American-born Cubans emerging, what will the political differences be between them and the immigrant generation before them? Here is some thinking on the subject. - From Florida International University - 

Santeria __ Here is a brief look at this Cuban faith which has followers in the United States. - From - 

Voices of New York __ "The Role of Spanish in the Cuban Communities of New York City" an essay - illustrated - From New York University - 

Welcome to the Official Site of Operation Pedro Pan Group, Inc. __ "From December 1960 to October 1962, more than fourteen thousand Cuban youths arrived alone in the United States." That statement alone will give you an idea of what this group does. Great work. - From - 



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