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Immigration in the United States by Mind Map: Immigration in the United States
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Immigration in the United States

 

Negative

Many negative stereotypes include: they are all Mexican, they are all illegal, they don't work once they come to the U.S., and they are here to commit crimes.

Positive

Although many could consider this a negative stereotype, one positive stereotype is that they are here to earn money by doing jobs that no one wants to do, such as building roofs or digging ditches

Stereotypes

Community

Language

Importance of Learning Spanish, communication

Bilingual Aspects

Sports

Baseball

Family

Multiracial Families

Media

music, what the media tells the people about immigration

Increased Population

Urban Growth

In general, many of these immigrants coming to the United States and living in larger cities, such as Los Angeles and Chicago, because of the job availability and connections in family and friends. However, this results in overcrowding and heavy pollution in one concentrated area.

Crime

Racism

Hate Crimes: Classrooms to talk about racism and anti-hate

Drugs

Reasons

"American Dream"

job availability, connections, sending money back to families