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Unformatted text preview: or domestic services. Because these jobs usually pay lower incomes, many of them face “immigrant challenges”. These obstacles include education, health care, physical safety and security, housing, sustaining culture, employment, public space, and national hostility towards foreign-born immigrant populations. Our speaker was very sympathetic to the foreign-born population. He is a very liberal activist who fought for the Hispanic-speaking majority, and was very passionate about his craft. A good subtle example of his position is how he didn’t use the term “illegal-alien”. Instead, he used the term “foreign-born” to describe those who moved to America in search of a better future for themselves and the future generations of their family....
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2008 for the course CPSP 118$ taught by Professor Ray during the Winter '06 term at Maryland.
- Winter '06