Separated : : Family and Community in the Aftermath of an Immigration Raid
Book - 2019 305.868 Lo, Adult Book / Nonfiction / Social Science / Race & Ethnicity / Lopez, William D. None on shelf 7 requests on 3 copies
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|Downtown 2nd Floor||305.868 Lo||Downtown Library||Due 01-30-2021|
|Traverwood Adult Books||Adult Book / Nonfiction / Social Science / Race & Ethnicity / Lopez, William D.||Traverwood Branch||Due 01-26-2021|
|Westgate Adult Books||Adult Book / Nonfiction / Social Science / Race & Ethnicity / Lopez, William D.||Westgate Branch||Due 02-07-2021|
Guadalupe, Fernanda, and Hilda -- The raid: before -- Un día común y corriente -- The raid -- The last night he ever nursed -- Se rompe la comunidad -- The hours and days after -- I hate to see them dies unnecessarily -- Conclusion -- Epilogue. The Raid: the months and years after.
"Through extensive ethnographic study of the aftermath of an ICE raid in one Latino community in Michigan, the author details the incredible strain that it placed on the community, the families, and the individuals left behind. Lopez's case study reveals the public health impacts of ICE raids on stable immigrant communities in the heartland of the country"-- Provided by publisher.
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Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019.
Year Published: 2019
Description: 213 pages ; 24 cm
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Mexicans -- Washtenaw County -- Social conditions.
Deportees -- Family relationships -- Mexico.
Deportation -- Government policy.
Washtenaw County (Mich.) -- Social conditions.