Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami

Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami
Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami
Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami
Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami
Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami
Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami
Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami
Latino Americans: Episode 4 New Latinos Video Guide: Latinos in NY & Miami
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This fourth documentary episode is AMAZING. It intersects interviews of real people with their family stories and the history behind Latino Americans' start in the U.S. This has 45 questions with the answers. It is an incredibly detailed video guide.

*Can also be used as a take home video guide handout.

Topics include:
Discrimination in Hollywood
Puerto Rican Immigrants in NY
Cuba, Castro, and The Bay of Pigs
Peter Pan Children
Cubans in Miami
and much more!

"LATINO AMERICANS is a landmark three-part, six-hour documentary series....It is the first major documentary series for television to chronicle the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos, who have helped shape the United States over the last 500-plus years and have become, with more than 50 million people, the largest minority group in the U.S." - PBS

From PBS' Latino Americans site:
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IV. The New Latinos (1946-1965)

Until World War II, Latino immigration to the United States was overwhelmingly Mexican-American. Now three new waves bring large-scale immigration from Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. As the Puerto Rican government implements a historic overhaul over a million Puerto Ricans are encouraged to leave for the US mainland, to alleviate the economic pressure. A young Juanita Sanabria arrives in New York, works hard in the garment district, but encounters hostility and discrimination. Ethnic tensions explode in youth gang warfare depicted in films like West Side Story, etching the stereotype of the knife wielding Puerto Rican in the American consciousness.

In the film, Rita Moreno plays the role of Anita and wins an Oscar. But for most Puerto Ricans empowerment remains elusive. A young Puerto Rican lawyer, Herman Badillo, takes on the political establishment, opening the door for unprecedented Puerto Rican participation in electoral politics. In the early 60s, the first Cubans flee the left-wing Castro regime, a relatively white, middle-class flight that soon forms a refugee enclave in Miami. A child of 11 at the time, Gustavo Perez Firmat believes like most refugees, that it is only a matter of weeks before the American government will wrest Cuba from the Communist regime. But Castro survives. Maria de los Angeles Torres is only six years old when she leaves Havana without her parents, one of 14,000 children are smuggled out through an underground network. Unable to leave legally, Manuel Capo and his two military age sons – make a dramatic journey to the US. With skills honed in the family furniture business in Cuba and support from the federal government, the Capos build thriving business marketing to the growing Cuban population.

In 1965, fearing another Communist takeover in the Caribbean, President Johnson sends Marines to the Dominican Republic, triggering a third wave of immigration. With a US visa in hand, 20 year-old university student, Eligio Peña, flees to New York. Eventually he brings his family to New York as Dominicans build a new home in Washington Heights. Julia Alvarez would take the immigrant experience – her own and that of her fellow Dominicans – to unprecedented literary heights in How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents. In her work, she explores the hybrid identity taking shape in a new generation of Latinos, who are now demanding their place in America.

View Below for Video Guides to Other Episodes in Series!
Episode One: Foreigners in Their Own Land
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Latino-Americans-Episode-1-Foreigners-in-Their-Own-Land-Video-Guide-Latino-Hist-2619114

Episode Two: Empire of Dreams
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Latino-Americans-
Episode-2-Empire-of-Dreams-Video-Guide-Latino-History-2720989

Episode Three: War and Peace
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Latino-Americans-Episode-3-War-and-Peace-Video-Guide-Latino-History-2721188

Episode Four: New Latinos
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Latino-Americans-Episode-4-New-Latinos-Video-Guide-2722643

Episode Five: Prejudice and Pride:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Latino-Americans-Episode-5-Prejudice-Pride-Video-Guide-Work-Rights-Chicano-2726418

Episode 6: Pride and Peril:
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Latino-Americans-Episode-6-Peril-Promise-Video-Guide-UndocumentedIllegal-2726556

Images from: http://www.pbs.org/latino-americans/en/
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