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References

Project Summer 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 https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/sep/19/ucla-study-racism-segregation-orange-county.

 

Gomez, E. (2016, October 17). The American Dream: Making a College Education Possible for Everyone. Retrieved from https://hispanicexecutive.com/northwestern-mutual-8/

 

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 https://www.kcet.org/shows/city-rising/the-gentrification-of-santa-ana-from-origin-to-resistance

 

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 https://blogs.chapman.edu/library/2019/05/06/from-jim-crow-to-our-altar-murals-reflections-of-our-past-and-present-building-for-our-future/
 

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 https://www.ocregister.com/2020/01/03/santa-ana-students-offer-history-tours-of-their-city-saturday-jan-4/
 

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 http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/soc6030025.

Pho, B. (2020, July 21). Santa Ana’s Youth Go Profane in Public Comment to Get Noticed by City Council. Retrieved from https://voiceofoc.org/2020/07/santa-anas-youth-go-profane-in-public-comment-to-get-noticed-by-city-council/
 

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 https://www.scribd.com/document/343212491/Status- of-Youth-Investment-in-Santa-Ana#from_embed 

 

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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 https://blogs.chapman.edu/library/2018/04/30/mi-cultura-es-mi-poder/

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