Latino New Urbanism: Lessons Learned From the Southwest


Latino immigrants joining native-born Mexican-American citizens in the U.S. bring different uses of urban space to the existing built environment. Their homes, ciudades, pueblos, and ranchos are physically and socially different from the typical American suburb, and Latinos are recreating a sense of place in U.S. neighborhoods. Learn how by examining culture, urban design, and social characteristics.

James Rojas, Founder, Latino Urban Forum
Cecilia Giusti, Assistant Professor , Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning; College of Architecture - Texas A&M University

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