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Argentine Community in North Texas

Argentinians take pride in being individualistic rather then in joining organized group activities. Because of this, it is not easy to generalize about their presence in North Texas. Read More »

Bangladeshi Community in North Texas

Bangladeshis began arriving in North Texas in the early 1970’s, after independence was declared in 1971. Since then, immigrants have continued to come over, often because of political instability but mostly in search of better opportunities and education. Read More »

Bosnian Community in North Texas

The first Bosnians to arrive in Dallas were four families that were resettled in Oak Lawn in 1993. The first group of Bosnians referred to themselves as “Bosnians from the former Yugoslavia”. Read More »

Cambodian Community in North Texas

Cambodians have lived in North Texas for over 40 years. Like other Southeast Asian communities, they migrated in high numbers to the United States because of the destabilization to the region caused by the U.S.0Vietnam War (in the late 60s and 70s). Read More »

Chinese Community in North Texas

Since 1950, around 250,000 ethnic Chinese immigrants have come to America as college or graduate students. 85% of all immigrants from Taiwan, as well as “intellectual immigrants” from Mainland China have remained in this country (U.S. News & World Report, July 10, 2000). Read More »

Colombian Community in North Texas

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