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And another thing, a Brazilian only thinks about saving himself and the rest be dammed [que se dane]. That mentality continues. There are very few who help and those who would like to help end up being hurt [lesados]. (Focus Group with Baptist Church) Here everybody is very concerned [preocupado] with him/herself, with trying to make it, to gather some money, to build a patrimony there [in Brazil] or here, and then I believe that the concern for the other person does not exist much, as we have in Brazil.
Immokalee has become a major gateway for migrant workers entering the East Coast agricultural labor stream and an important crossroads for Mexican immigrants to Florida. percent Native American. percent), and the remainder primarily spread throughout the other Mexican states. Moreover, percent of respondents said that they had lived elsewhere in the United States, and percent reported frequently traveling to other states. The arrival of increasing numbers of immigrants from indigenous communities in southern Mexico is representative of the new geography of Mexican immigration.
A Place to Be: Brazilian, Guatemalan, and Mexican Immigrants in Florida's New Destinations by Philip J. Williams, Timothy J. Steignenga, Manuel VÃƒsquez