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 04/28/04

 

                               

                          

Main Session  |  Arabic Group  |  Chinese Group  | Spanish Group  |

University At Albany Spring Forum 2002

Intercultural Communication

Spanish Language Group

Handouts

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Facts about Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Dominican Republic

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The New Latino: Who They Are, Where They Are 

John, R. Logan, Director of Lewis Mumford Center for Comparative Urban and Regional Research, University at Albany.

 Website Resources

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Central Intelligence Agency Website has a link to The World Factbook with information on all countries.

- Puerto Rico:

www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/rq.html

          - Dominican Republic

           www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/dr.html

          - Mexico

          www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/geos/mx.html

 

bulletwww.gobierno.pr

This is an umbrella website with links to all government agencies including education in Puerto Rico (in Spanish).

 

bulletwww.de.prestar.net

This is the "Departamento de Education de Puerto Rico" website (in Spanish).

 

bulletworld.presidencia.gob.mx

The website of the Mexican Presidency. It has a link: Mexico for kids with activities and information on Mexico in general, history, games, etc. It is available in Spanish, English, Italian and French.

 

bulletwww.danr.org

The Dominican American National Round Table Website has information on national activities and links pertaining the Dominican population in the U.S. literature, and other sites of interest.

 

bulletwww.mundototal.com

This website has links to information on different countries pertaining many topics such as culture, education, economy, etc. There are Spanish and English links available.