Webinar: Resilience and Civic Engagement Among Latino Immigrants
In advance of the November election, the Russell Sage Foundation will host a live webinar on October 15 with political scientists James A. McCann (Purdue University) and Michael Jones-Correa (University of Pennsylvania), authors of the new RSF book, Holding Fast: Resilience and Civic Engagement Among Latino Immigrants.
How did the election of Donald Trump and the surge in anti-immigrant sentiment affect Latino immigrants' political attitudes and civic participation? The authors answer this key question, based on comprehensive original research on Latinx voters rooted in a national panel study they conducted in multiple waves between 2016 and 2017. They find that Latinos—both in and outside the electorate—have become more civically engaged in the face of anti-Latinx policies, rhetoric and behavior.
The special talk is part of new webinar series focused on recent research and publications from RSF.
WEBINAR: RESILIENCE AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AMONG LATINO IMMIGRANTS
Date: Thursday, October 15th
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Eastern
About the participants:
Michael Jones-Correa is the President's Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Director of the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity and Immigration (CSERI) at the University of Pennsylvania and incoming chair of the Board of Trustees of the Russell Sage Foundation.
Janelle Wong is Professor of Government and Politics and American Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her most recent book is Immigrants, Evangelicals, and Politics in an Era of Demographic Change (Russell Sage Foundation: 2018).
Alexandra Starr is an independent journalist and former visiting journalist at the foundation. Her reporting has appeared in NPR, Harpers, The Atlantic, the New York Times, and other outlets.