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NEXO: Newsletter of the Julian Samora Research Institute
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NEXO: Newsletter of the Julian Samora Research Institute

Established in 1989, JSRI is the premier Latino research institute in the Midwest with a history of research on Latino communities, farmworkers and their families, farmers, and youth. It is highly regarded in Latino communities in Michigan and across the region and the country. Its mission is the generation, dissemination and application of knowledge to serve the needs of Latino communities in the Midwest and across the nation, with emphases on health disparities, entrepreneurship, and service delivery system gaps. 

To read NEXO, the official newsletter of the Julian Samora Research Institute, visit JSRI's website.

Fall 2018, Volume XXII No. 1

This newsletter features an informational article on música tejana in Michigan, based on Laurie Sommers' past research for the Michigan State University Museum/Michigan Traditional Arts Program, and Richard Cruz Davila's new work with JSRI at MSU. 



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