LATINO VOICES IN NEW ENGLAND
Edited by David Carey, Jr. and Robert Atkinson
This book tells the story of how a diverse group of immigrants have adapted to dramatic changes in the largely Anglo setting of Portland, Maine, building bridges instead of walls. The Latino storytellers included here address multiple challenges of discrimination, language barriers, cultural retention and adaptation as well as their strong family ties, a connection to the environment and an expanding sense of home. Paperback. 237 pgs.