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(March 21st, 2010) Roughly 200,000 immigrants, SEIU members, union members and activists rallied on the National Mall to demand Congress pass immigration reform. Photo by Lloyd Wolf

9/11 Merged U.S. Immigration and Terrorism Efforts at Latinos’ Expense, Study Finds

Photo by American Institutes for Research.

Greater Academic Achievement in High School Increases Likelihood of Moving Away, Study Finds

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New Undergraduate Degrees Focus on Sustainability, Organizational Dynamics

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PRC Research Brief: Cohabitating Couples With Lower Education Levels Marry Less

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LLILAS Faculty Book Series: "Hotel Mexico: Dwelling on the '68 Movement"

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2nd Floor Conference Room, Benson Latin American Collection, SRH Unit 1

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This summer, the history department's website, Not Even Past, is compiling a chronological index of their wealth of content on U.S. history for use by students, educators or the casual history buff.

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Asian studies and history professor Nancy Stalker talks about her research into Japanese flower arrangements, funded by a Humanities Research AwardSee more.

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Not Even Past image

This summer, the history department's website, Not Even Past, is compiling a chronological index of their wealth of content on U.S. history for use by students, educators or the casual history buff.

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Asian studies and history professor Nancy Stalker talks about her research into Japanese flower arrangements, funded by a Humanities Research AwardSee more.