By Philip J. Williams, Timothy J. Steignenga, Manuel VÃsquez

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Foley and Hoge, Religion and the New Immigrants, –. . Vásquez and Marquardt, Globalizing the Sacred. . Karen Leonard, Alex Stepick, Manuel Vásquez, and Jennifer Holdaway, Immigrant Faiths: Transforming Religious Life in America (New York: AltaMira, ). . Robert Orsi, “Everyday Miracles: The Study of Lived Religion,” in Lived Religion in America, ed. David Hall (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), . . , Religion and Political Conflict in Latin America (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ).

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.

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