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Chicano digital divide

ChicanoDigital Divide


Chicano population statistics

Chicano Population Statistics

  • 42.7 millionThe estimated Hispanic population of the United States as of July 1, 2005, making people of Hispanic origin the nation’s largest ethnic or race minority. Hispanics constituted 14% of the nation’s total population. (This estimate does not include the 3.9 million residents of Puerto Rico.)

  • About 1 . . . of every two people added to the nation’s population between July 1, 2004, and July 1, 2005, were Hispanic

  • 3.3%Percentage increase in the Hispanic population between July 1, 2004, and July 1,2005, making Hispanics the fastest-growing minority group.

  • 22.4 millionThe nation’s Hispanic population during the 1990 census—just slightly over half the current total.

  • 27.2Median age, in years, of the Hispanic population in 2005. This compares with 36.2 years for the population as a whole.


Chicano statistics by state

Chicano Statistics by State

  • 49% The percentage of the Hispanic-origin population that lives in California or Texas. California is home to 12.4 million Hispanics, and Texas is home to 7.8 million.

  • 13The number of states with at least half a million Hispanic residents. These states are: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico New York, North Carolina, Texas and Washington.

  • 43%The percentage of New Mexico’s population that is Hispanic, highest of any state. Hispanics also make up more than one-third of the population in California and Texas, at 35% each.

  • 19Number of states in which Hispanics are the largest race or ethnic minority group.

  • 4 States are home to about 2 of every 3 foreign-born persons born in Latin America. Those states are California, Florida, New York, and Texas.


Chicano statistics education and jobs

Chicano Statistics Education and Jobs

  • 58%The percentage of Hispanics age 25 and older who had at least a high school educated in 2004

  • 12% The percentage of the Hispanic population age 25 and older with a bachelor’s degree or higher in 2004

  • 11% Percentage of all college students in 2004 who where Hispanic

  • 68%Percentage of Hispanics age 16 and older who are in the civilian labor force

  • 18%The percentage of Hispanics who work in managerial, professional and related occupations

  • 1.6 millionThe number of Hispanic-owned businesses in 2002

  • $222 billionRevenue generated by Hispanic-owned businesses in 2002, up 19% from 1997.


Chicano statistics income

Chicano Statistics Income

  • $34,241The real median income of Hispanic households in 2004, unchanged from the previous year.

  • 32.7%The percentage of Hispanics who lacked health insurance in 2004 unchanged from 2003

  • 21.9%The poverty rate among Hispanics in 2004, unchanged from 2003.

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The chicano movement

The Chicano Movement


Chicano movement cont

Chicano movement Cont.

  • Civil rights activism by people of Latin American descent dates back to United States conquest and annexation of northern Mexico in 1848. In response to severe racism and forms of segregation that rivaled the Jim Crow South, when they used labor unions and defense organizations to fight for basic rights. In the late 1960’s these struggles took on new forms as the civil right’s activist organized and made profound impact, especially in Washington state. These struggles still continue on today with immigration laws and racial injustices.


Death cause strike struggle opression liberty

Death, Cause & Strike, Struggle, Opression, Liberty


Pedro acevez

Pedro Acevez

Born in Wapato, Washington, Pedro Acevez was part of the first contingent of Chicano students to enroll at the University of Washington. He served as President of MEChA de (El Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan ) UW and helped organize farm workers in the Yakima Valley as part of a United Farm Workers campaign in the early 1970s.

http://depts.washington.edu/civilr/acevez.htm


Chicano art

Chicano Art


The struggle against racial discrimination by pablo o higgins

“The Struggle Against Racial Discrimination” By Pablo O’Higgins


Work in progress unkown

“Work In Progress” Unkown


Untitled located at el centro de la raza seattle

“Untitled.” Located at El Centro de La Raza, Seattle.


Explosion of chicano creativity by daniel desiga

“Explosion of Chicano Creativity,” by Daniel Desiga


Out look on washington view the digital divide and hispanics

Out look on Washington View: The Digital Divide and Hispanics

  • The article we chose was called Out look on Washington View: The Digital Divide and Hispanics. It is a newspaper article we found through Ethnic NewsWatch. It’s from an alternative press periodical called The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education. It was written by  Gustavo A. Mellander and published  February 11th, 2000. 


Main points

Main Points

  • "The digital divide is now one of America's leading civil rights issues"

  • Whites are more likely to have access to the internet from home than are Hispanics and Blacks from any location

  • Hispanic and Black households are approximately one third as likely ro have home internet access as are households of Asian/Pacific Islander decent, and roughly two fifths as likely as White households.

  • The gaps between White and Hispanic households are six percentage points larger than they were in 1994 (as of 2000)

  • Until every home can afford access to information resources we will need public policies and private incentives to expand affordable access to those resources.


Our views on the article

Our Views on the article


The end

The End


Chicano digital divide

  • All of the artwork and the interview came from the following website:

    http://depts.washington.edu/civilr/


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