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Los Latinos in el East Side de St. Paul [Latinos on the East Side of St. Paul]

HACER (Hispanic Advocacy and Community Empowerment through Research)

The experience of Latinos living and working in the Saint Paul's East Side neighborhoods, encompassing Sunray, Battle Creek, Highwood, the Greater East Side, Hayden Heights, Prosperity Heights, Hillcrest, Dayton's Bluff and Payne-Phalen. HACER estimates that approximately 12,000 Latinos live in the area. This report uses a blend of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies to illustrate the reasons Latinos come to the East Side, strengths and needs of the Latino community and the vision for the future of this established and hopeful community.

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Minneapolis: HACER.
Supported by the Otto Bremer Foundation, the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, and the Office of Associate Vice President for Multicultural Affairs at the University of Minnesota.
46 pp.
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