Nuevos Senderos: Reflections on Hispanics and Philanthropy
Arte Publico Press, May 14, 2014 - Hispanic Americans - 303 pages
These essays provide historical studies, sociological surveys and analyses of policies and practices in the philanthropic community, not only in the United States but, for comparison's sake, in Mexico and Argentina as well. While descriptive and analytical, this collection also identifies, for policymakers and practitioners, opportunities for more and better involvement in serving Latinos.
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Page 25 - Consulting for their helpful comments on earlier versions of this paper. The author alone is responsible for any remaining errors. Portions of this paper also appear in M. Cortes, "Counting Latino Nonprofits: A New Strategy for Finding Data," submitted to Nonprofit and 1 'oluntary Sector Quarterly.