15 pageAssignment can be found under Part 3 of Course Requirements. PROMPT: Racial population shift of East Los Angeles with respect to the Hispanic community. Talk about gentrification, panic selling, racial steering, and blockbusting. East LA used to be a predominantly white neighborhood and it became a largely Latino neighborhood. Now, with gentrification, those areas are becoming white again, driving up the prices. Target years are from the 60’s to 2000. CHICAGO STYLE!I have included the 5 secondary sources from the UCLA Library here:Book:
Ethnic Los AngelesBy:
John HM Laslett
Article:
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CRITICAL RACE THEORY ANALYSIS OF PUBLIC PARK FEATURES IN LATINO
IMMIGRANT NEIGHBORHOODS

By:
GarcĂ­a,
Jennifer J ;
Gee,
Gilbert C ;
Jones,
Malia

Article:
REIMAGINING AND RESTRUCTURING THE FIGUEROA CORRIDOR, 1990-2005:
GROWTH POLITICS, POLICY, AND DISPLACEMENTBy:
Daniel Wu
Article:
Immigration
reform and the browning of America: Tensions, conflicts and community
instability in Metropolitan Los Angeles
By:
Johnson,
James H, Jr;
Farrell,
Walter C, Jr;
Guinn,
Chandra.

The
settlement experience of Latinos in Chicago: Segregation,
speculation, and the ecology modelBy:
John J. BentacurThe rest of the sources can be from anywhere, as long as it is scholarly. Maps and pictures can be used as primary sources (not included as one of the pages), and please use one of each. Use some books as well.