nicole asked in Arts & HumanitiesHistory · 1 decade ago

assess the changing rights and freedoms of migrants in the post WWII period?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    That is too broad based - - - which migrant group to what nation? Those moving voluntarilly or those forced to go? Jews flooding into Palestine or 'Ethinic' Poles returning to a Poland whose borders have been adjusted.

    Here is an article on Mexican Migrants in America. That ought to stir up a lot of angry negatives,..

    http://www.gale.com/free_resources/chh/timeline/19...

    ""1950

    July 3. The U.S. Congress upgrades Puerto Rico's political status from protectorate to commonwealth.

    1950s

    Throughout the early 1960s, segregation is abolished in Texas, Arizona, and other regions, largely through the efforts of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and the Alianza Hispano Americana.

    Immigration from Mexico doubles from 5.9 percent to 11.9 percent, and in the 1960s rises to 13.3 percent of the total number of immigrants to the United States.

    1950s-1960s

    Black workers continue to be the most numerous migrants along the eastern seaboard states, while Mexican and Mexican-American workers soon dominate the migrant paths between Texas and the Great Lakes, the Rocky Mountain region, and the area from California to the Pacific Northwest.

    1951

    The Bracero Program is formalized as the Mexican Farm Labor Supply Program and the Mexican Labor Agreement, and will bring an annual average of 350,000 Mexican workers to the United States until its end in 1964.

    1952

    Fulgencio Batista seizes power of Cuba again, this time as dictator, taking Cuba to new lows of repression and corruption.

    1954

    In the landmark case of Hernandez v. Texas, the nation's highest court acknowledges that Hispanic Americans are not being treated as "whites." The Supreme Court recognizes Hispanics as a separate class of people suffering profound discrimination, paving the way for Hispanic Americans to use legal means to attack all types of discrimination throughout the United States. It is also the first U.S. Supreme Court case to be argued and briefed by Mexican American attorneys.

    1954-1958

    Operation *******, a government effort to locate and deport undocumented workers, results in the deportation of 3.8 million persons of Mexican descent. Only a small fraction of that amount are allowed deportation hearings. Thousands of U.S. citizens of Mexican descent are also arrested and detained. ""

    Peace....

  • Erika
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    3 years ago

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