Latinos in 2050: Restoring the Public Good

Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Advancing Knowledge about Growing Latino Communities

October 30 - November 1, 2014

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Our Mission

The mission of the Julian Samora Research Institute is to generate, disseminate, and apply knowledge to serve the needs of Latino communities in the Midwest and across the nation.

Feature Article

Group of Children looking upward"Child Poverty among Immigrant and Racial/Ethnic Minority Families in Michigan: Explaining the Latino and Non-Latino Gaps...

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JSRI Community Authors Bookshelf

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The Sportsman by Nik EnVon

Though haunted by ghosts from his past, Garth has managed to make a life for himself in the small Louisiana town of Lake City. He was brought there from Detroit after a tragic event that left him orphaned. His rescuer, Mother Hubbard and his mentor-turned-father, Peter have become the family he lost. Click Here



Julian Samora Legacy Project Website

The Julian Samora Legacy Project website contains scholarly papers from the Julian Samora Archive at the Benson Latin American Collection. The searchable site includes Dr. Samora's papers, featured articles, interviews, timelines, photos, and filmed discussions. For more information or to visit their site, please go to: