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Immigrants and the revitalization of Los Angeles

Gerardo Sandoval

Immigrants and the revitalization of Los Angeles

development and change in MacArthur Park

by Gerardo Sandoval

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Published by Cambria Press in Amherst, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • City planning -- California -- Los Angeles,
  • Urban renewal -- California -- Los Angeles,
  • Immigrants -- California -- Los Angeles,
  • Community development -- California -- Los Angeles,
  • MacArthur Park (Los Angeles, Calif.)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementGerardo Sandoval.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHT168.L6 S26 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24043919M
    ISBN 109781604976427
    LC Control Number2009031794

      By Domenic Vitiello, University of Pennsylvania, and Thomas J. Sugrue, New York University Recent refugee crises, xenophobic nationalism, and calls to deport unauthorized immigrants remind historians of earlier eras in which cities and nations have taken opposing stances on immigration. In the United States, the Trump administration spent much of its first days attacking. Sandoval's book, "Immigrants and the Revitalization of Los Angeles: Development and Change in MacArthur Park," (Cambria Press, ) tells the story of how a distressed, low-income immigrant neighborhood turned a large-scale redevelopment project to its advantage.

      For much of the twentieth century, a small group of large cities with a history of immigration and ethnic diversity, such as Los Angeles, Miami, and Chicago, served as entry points for new immigrants (Iceland ; Massey, Durand, and Malone ; Portes and Rumbaut ).Cited by:   Watch live: Live stream or on CPAC This day-long summit kicks off PPF’s three-year research project on Atlantic revitalization, with a special focus on immigrant retention. The program features emerging research findings, success stories drawn from small and large communities and employers, discussion among diverse stakeholders and debate about how.

    LOS ANGELES — New research unveiled today details the powerful impact that immigrants have on a surging L.A. economy that is experiencing historic job growth, attracting new investment, and bringing more economic opportunity to communities across the City and County of Los Angeles.. Mayor Eric Garcetti was joined by Councilmember Gil Cedillo, Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce .   In Los Angeles, John MacDonald and colleagues report that Los Angeles neighborhoods where immigrants were most likely to settle had significant reductions in crime. Using data for all U.S. metropolitan areas over the – period, Jacob Stowell and colleagues examined the impact of changes in immigration on changes in violent crime rates.


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Immigrants and the revitalization of Los Angeles by Gerardo Sandoval Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction --Looking beyond the blighted surface: the gaze of redevelopment and the immigrants' milieu --Conceptual framework --The narrative story: revitalizing a neighborhood --Regulating the immigrants' milieu: co-evolutionary adaptation in the revitalization of Los Angeles' MacArthur Park neighborhood --From warrior cops toward.

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The past two decades have seen an upsurge in immigrants living in cities and the revival of formerly distressed urban neighborhoods.

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