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But on April 19, 2000, a judge with the eleventh circuit court of appeals in Atlanta, Georgia, ruled that Elián could not be taken out of the country until the full court reviewed the Gonzalezes’ motion for asylum. This ruling was greeted with joy and celebration in Little Havana. Miami’s Hispanic American community came together in a moment of solidarity as it never had before. But their victory was short-lived. M. on April 22, four white vans carrying thirty federal agents drove up to the modest Gonzalez house on New Second Street and twenty-third Avenue.
East Harlem (also known as El Barrio), on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, and Washington Heights are the two main communities of New York’s Puerto Ricans. While poverty remains a major problem for Nuyoricans, their long involvement in community action and politics has provided hope and support. S. House of Representatives as a representative of Brooklyn, one of New York City’s five boroughs. As of 2008, she was serving her eighth term in Congress. New York City is also home to the largest community of Dominicans in the United States and the largest urban population of South American residents.
1990 S TO 50 2010 Americans surveyed, only 23 percent of first-generation adult Hispanics said they could carry on a meaningful conversation in English. But the percentage jumps to 88 percent among second-generation Hispanics and 94 percent among members of the third generation. Younger Hispanics recognize that in order to be successful in American society at large, it is important to speak English fluently. At the same time, they are proud of their Hispanic heritage and realize that Spanish is part of that heritage.