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Table of Contents
|The Experiences of Racial and Ethnic Identity, Communities, and Diversity in America|
|Chicago and the Irish|
|Cajun Country Still Sizzles|
|Farmer Fills Hala Niche While Feeding His Soul|
|In Brooklyn, An Evolving Ethnicity|
|In Armenian Enclave, Turkish Deal Arouses Suspicion|
|The Hotel Africa|
|The Legal Construction of Diversity and Disparity|
|Racial Restrictions in the Law of Citizenship|
|Dred Scott v. Sandford, Supreme Court of the United States, 1856|
|“There’s No One as Irish as Barack O’Bama”: The Policy and Politics of American Multiracialism|
|Brown et al. Board of Education of Topeka, from U.S. Reports 1954|
|Bakke Set a New Path to Diversity for Colleges|
|Shaare Tefila Congregation v. Cobb and Saint Francis College v. Al-Khazraji, From U.S Reports 1987|
|Historical Discrimination in Immigration Laws, form The Tarnished Golden Dorr, September 1980|
|The Diversity Visa Lottery-A Cycle of Unintended Consequences in United States Immigration Policy|
|The Demography of Ethnicity|
|Ancestry 2000: Census 2000 Brief|
|The American Community Survey: The New Dimensions of Race and Ethnicity in America|
|Nation’s Linguistic Diversity: Population Speaking a Language Other than English at Home Increases by 140% in Past Three Decades, U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, US Census Bureau, April 27, 2010|
|A Profile of Today’s Italian Americans: A Report Based on the Year 2000 Census Compiled by the Sons of Italy, The Order Sons of Italy in America, 2000|
|Polonia in Numbers: How Many of Us Are out There?, Good News, The American Institute of Polish Culture/The Piast Institute, 2006/2007|
|Irish American Heritage Month and Saint Patrick’s Day, U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau, February 22, 2010|
|Still Unmelted After All These Years|
|Indigenous Ethnic Groups|
|Who Is a Native American|
|Tribal Philanthropy Thrives|
|American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month: November 2008, U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau, November 2007|
|Black History Month, U.S. Department of Commerce, Economics and Statistics Administration, U.S. Census Bureau, December 2009|
|A More Perfect Union|
|Redefining Black Women in America|
|Race and Hispanic Origin of the Foreign-Born Population in the United States: 2007, American Community Survey Reports, January 2010|
|Latino Agricultural Workers and Their Young Families|
|Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, May 2010, U.S. Department of Commerce, American Community Survey, Census Bureau News, May 2010|
|To Be Asian in America|
|European and Mediterranean Ethnics|
|Migrations to the Thirteen British North American Colonies, 1770-1775. New Estimates|
|Fecund Newcomers or Dying Ethnics? Demographic Approaches to the History of Polish and Italian Immigrants and Their Children, in the Unites States, 1880–1980|
|Ethnics No More or Ethnogenesis: From Syrian to Arab American|
|Neither Natural Allies Nor Irreconcilable Foes: Alliance Building Efforts between African Americans and Immigrants|
|Horizons in Pluralism|
|The White Hand of Capitalism and the End of Indigenism As We Know It|
|Bigots I have Loved|
|Every End of the Earth|
|International Aspects of Ethnic Relations|
|The Ultimate Crime: Katyn & the Invention of Genocide|
|Never Underestimate the Power of Ethnicity in Iraq|
|Burqa Is Banned in France|
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