Ciudad y Suburbia: The Changing Nature of Latino Immigration

Sunday • April 18 • 2:00 PM
Ciudad y Suburbia: The Changing Nature of Latino Immigration
The Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue / 104th Street

Latin American and Caribbean immigration to New York has dramatically changed the essence of New York and the nation. In the past, Latino immigration meant establishing roots in cities, but more recent immigrants sojourn in cities for a short time or bypass them completely by moving to the suburbs.

Join Sherrie Baver, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program, CCNY and The Graduate Center – CUNY, as she examines the impact of Latino immigration.

Sponsored by the New York Council for the Humanities.
Presented in conjunction with Immigrant History Week.

FREE with Museum admission!

For more information, please call 917.492.3395.
www.mcny.org

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