Puerto Ricans /

One of a 15-part series that celebrates the heritage of different cultural groups in North America. Examines the experience of Puerto Ricans who chose to settled on the United States mainland, obstacles they faced in assimilating into American mainstream society due to racial, linguistic, and cult...

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Schlessinger Video Productions
Other Authors: Fabian, Rhonda, Baber, Jerry, Aliotta, Jerome J.
Format: Video VHS
Language:English
Published: ©1993
Series:Multicultural peoples of North America video series.
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Summary:One of a 15-part series that celebrates the heritage of different cultural groups in North America. Examines the experience of Puerto Ricans who chose to settled on the United States mainland, obstacles they faced in assimilating into American mainstream society due to racial, linguistic, and cultural discrimination, and their impact on American culture.
Item Description:Closed-captioned.
Adapted from the "Peoples of North America" series of books by Chelsea House Publishers.
Video recording.
Physical Description:1 videocassette (30 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
Format:VHS.
Audience:Grades 4 to 10.
ISBN:1879151774