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Perspectives of Our City 2019

Arellano, G. (2008). Orange County: A personal history. New York: Scribner. 


Carroll, R. (2016, September, 19, Monday). 'They just don't fit in': UCLA study links racism and segregation in Orange County. Retrieved from


Gomez, E. (2016, October 17). The American Dream: Making a College Education Possible for Everyone. Retrieved from


González, E. R. (2017). Latino city: Urban planning, politics, and the grassroots. New York: Routledge.


Gonzalez, E., Sarmiento, C. (2017, September 13). The Gentrification of Santa Ana: From Origin to Resistance. Retrieved from


González, E. R., Sarmiento, C. S., Urzua, A. S., & Luévano, S. C. (2012). The grassroots and New Urbanism: a case from a Southern California Latino community. Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability, 5(2-3), 219-239. 


Karas, R. (2019, May 6). From Jim Crow to Our Altar Murals: Reflections of Our Past and Present, Building for Our Future, Youth art exhibition at the Leatherby Libraries. Retrieved from

Kopetman, R. (2020, January 3). Santa Ana students offer history tours of their city Saturday, Jan. 4 Trolley tours, at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m., will recall people who aren’t often emphasized in history books. Retrieved from

Lacayo, C. (2016). Latinos need to stay in their place: Differential segregation in a multi-ethnic suburb. Societies, 6(3), 25. MDPI AG. Retrieved from

Pho, B. (2020, July 21). Santa Ana’s Youth Go Profane in Public Comment to Get Noticed by City Council. Retrieved from

Rodriguez, J. F., Reed, C., Garcia, K., (2020). “It was time for us to take a stand”: An Ethnic Studies Classroom and the Power of Youth Voice L., Hogg, Pedagogies of With-ness: Students, Teachers, Voice and Agency (Ch. 6)

Russo, M., Guerrero, J. (2017, March). Status of Youth Investment in Santa Ana, Prepared by the Advancement Project. Retrieved from of-Youth-Investment-in-Santa-Ana#from_embed 


“Santa Ana, California Population." (2018, June, 3). Retrieved 2018-10-15, from

Valenzuela A. (1999). Subtractive schooling: U.S.-Mexican youth and the politics of caring. New York: SUNY Press.

Wogahn, M. (2018, April 6). Mi Cultura es mi poder (My culture is my power), Community celebrates opening of new youth art exhibition. Retrieved from

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