UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME Purpose of Training Give an introduction to the purpose and work of the Institute for Latino Studies.
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UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
The Institute for Latino Studies, in keeping with the distinctive mission, values, and traditions of the University of Notre Dame, promotes understanding and appreciation of the social, cultural, and religious life of U.S. Latinos through advancing research, expanding knowledge, and strengthening community.
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The Metropolitan Chicago Initiative’s mission is to enhance vibrant and socially just communities by developing policy relevant research, cultivating partnerships, and expanding knowledge of Chicagoland’s Latinos.
Improve Local Community
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Data from “Latino Demographic Growth in Metropolitan Chicago.” Paral, R., Ready, T., Chun, S., Sun, W.
Percentage of Metro Chicago Latino Children & Adults Who Are Foreign Born, 2000Most Adults Foreign Born
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