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Tina Owyang
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tina Owyang on Friday August 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to at California State Polytechnic University taught by in Summer 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views.


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Date Created: 08/05/16
What has been the immigration experience for each of the targeted group?  Mexican o During WW1 US waived immigration restrictions because there were a lack of workers o A source of cheap labor o 1929 legislation made illegal entry a felony o 1942 Emergency Farm Labor (bracero) during WW11 for agricultural jobs o 1965 Immigration Act only allowing 20,000per year for Mexican immigrants o Push: political and economic instability at home. Pull: job opportunities o There is not as many people trying to migrate to the US like the media has reported o A lot of legislations that bar people from crossing into the US and boarder control o Negative stereotype that they want to get on welfare when most of them just want to work and be with their families.  Puerto Rican and Cuban o Puerto Rican large flux of immigration due to loss of job opportunities at home o Settled in NY o Met problems of finding a job, home and discrimination  Japanese o Migrated to Hawaii to work on the plantation o There was a fear by white workers and unions that Japanese workers will take their jobs so people started saying that they can’t be assimilated o Gentleman’s Agreement: no passports would be given by Japan to Japanese workers except those already in the US and their close relatives.  Chinese o Entered as low-wage workers to do “dirty-work” for whites employers o Were blamed for driving labor wages down o Chinese Exclusion Act prohibited direct immigration  Filipino o Easier for them to immigrate to the US because they were US colony o Employers recruited them to work the sugar plantations o Anti-Filipino sentiment pushed the US to grant Philippines independence and an immigration quota of only 50 person per year o During WWII they were recruited to fight in the war and promised citizenship but never got it o o


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