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The Latino History Harvest contains materials collected, digitized, and archived by CCSU history students on behalf of members of the Greater New Britain community. This website is a work in process. For additional information, please contact Dr. Leah Glaser, Professor of History, CCSU, email@example.com.
This collection features interviews performed by students of the Modern Language Department. The interviewees are modern-day immigrants who share their stories about their homelands, their travels to the United States, and their new lives in this country. The collection includes video-taped interviews and their transcriptions, as well as related memorabilia including photographs and immigration documents.
Founded in 1975, the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA), a nonprofit, tax-exempt independent research and information organization, was established to promote the common interests of the hemisphere, raise the visibility of regional affairs and increase the importance of the inter-American relationship, as well as encourage the formulation of rational and constructive U.S. policies towards Latin America. Includes news analyses, position papers, and more from an influential think tank.
Amnesty International is a global nonprofit organization that advocates for human rights legislation and investigates transgressions thereof. Their website provides information about various causes, links to current research, and ways to volunteer.
Human development refers to the various ways in which policy and culture can enrich or oppress the members of a society. This page from the United Nations provides access to annual reports, including extensive data, on a number of Human Development topics all across the world.
The JSRI performs research into topics related to the Latino experience, hosts panels and other events, and works to support Latino communities in need. This link provides access to a substantial list of publications and other resources.
The Cervantes Institute is an international network of education centers committed to Spanish language and culture. It hosts online and in-person events and classes in New York, and provides access to resources for learning the Spanish language and exploring Spanish culture.
The Latin American Network Information Center (LANIC) is affiliated with the Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies at the University of Texas in Austin. LANIC's mission is to facilitate access to Internet-based information to, from, or on Latin America. Our target audience includes people living in Latin America, as well as those around the world who have an interest in this region. While many of our resources are designed to facilitate research and academic endeavors, our site has also become an important gateway to Latin America for primary and secondary school teachers and students, private and public sector professionals, and just about anyone looking for information about this important region.
The Latin American Government Documents Archive (LAGDA) seeks to preserve and facilitate access to a wide range of ministerial and presidential documents from 18 Latin American and Caribbean countries. The Archive contains copies of the Web sites of approximately 300 government ministries and presidencies. Capture of sites began on multiple dates in 2005 and 2006, and will continue with regularly scheduled captures.
The Political Database of the Americas (PDBA) is a non-governmental project of the Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS) at Georgetown University in collaboration with institutions like the Secretariat for Political Affairs of the Organization of American States and FLACSO-Chile, and also with the support of other organizations and entities in the region.