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The Collaborative City : Opportunities and Struggles for Blacks and Latinos in U.S. Cities

By: Betancur, John.
Contributor(s): Gills, Douglas | Betancur, John | Gills, Douglas.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Contemporary Urban Affairs: Publisher: New York : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (308 p.).ISBN: 9780203055625.Subject(s): African Americans -- Economic conditions | African Americans -- Politics and government | African Americans -- Social conditions -- 1975- | Hispanic Americans -- Economic conditions | Hispanic Americans -- Social conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Collaborative City : Opportunities and Struggles for Blacks and Latinos in U.S. CitiesDDC classification: 305.896073 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- THE COLLABORATIVE CITY -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: The Restructuring of Urban Relations: Recent Challenges and Dilemmas for African Americans and Latinos in U.S. Cities -- Chapter 3: African Americans and Puerto Ricans in New York: Cycles and Circles of Discrimination -- Chapter 4: The African American and Latino Coalition Experience in Chicago Under Mayor Harold Washington -- Chapter 5: Race and Class Coalitions in the South
Chapter 6: Displaced Labor Migrants or the ""Underclass"": African Americans and Puerto Ricans in Philadelphia's Economy -- Chapter 7: Pulling Together or Pulling Apart? Black-Latino Cooperation and Competition in the U.S. Labor Market -- Chapter 8: Can't We All Just Get Along? Interethnic Organization for Economic Development -- Chapter 9: Building Networks to Tackle Global Restructuring: The Environmental and Economic Justice Movement -- Chapter 10: Black and Latino Coalitions: Means to Greater Budget Resources for Their Communities?
Chapter 11: Community Economic Development and the Latino Experience -- Chapter 12: Understanding the Future: Toward a Strategy for Black and Latino Survival and Liberation in the Twenty-First Century -- Chapter 13: The Possibilities of Collaboration and the Challenges of Contention: Concluding Remarks -- References -- About the Authors -- Index
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Cover -- THE COLLABORATIVE CITY -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: The Restructuring of Urban Relations: Recent Challenges and Dilemmas for African Americans and Latinos in U.S. Cities -- Chapter 3: African Americans and Puerto Ricans in New York: Cycles and Circles of Discrimination -- Chapter 4: The African American and Latino Coalition Experience in Chicago Under Mayor Harold Washington -- Chapter 5: Race and Class Coalitions in the South

Chapter 6: Displaced Labor Migrants or the ""Underclass"": African Americans and Puerto Ricans in Philadelphia's Economy -- Chapter 7: Pulling Together or Pulling Apart? Black-Latino Cooperation and Competition in the U.S. Labor Market -- Chapter 8: Can't We All Just Get Along? Interethnic Organization for Economic Development -- Chapter 9: Building Networks to Tackle Global Restructuring: The Environmental and Economic Justice Movement -- Chapter 10: Black and Latino Coalitions: Means to Greater Budget Resources for Their Communities?

Chapter 11: Community Economic Development and the Latino Experience -- Chapter 12: Understanding the Future: Toward a Strategy for Black and Latino Survival and Liberation in the Twenty-First Century -- Chapter 13: The Possibilities of Collaboration and the Challenges of Contention: Concluding Remarks -- References -- About the Authors -- Index

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