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  • African descendant women and religion: Diaspora in Oriente Cuba.
    Dodson, Jualynne E. (2010)
    In Lillian Ashcraft-Eason, Darnise C. Martin, and Oyeronke Olademo (eds.) Women and New and Africana Religions. Santa Barbara, California: Praeger/Greenwood, pp. 167-190.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Cuba; African Cubans
  • Religious Practice and Civic Social Capital among Miami Youth.
    Labissiere, Yves, Ann Reeder Goraczko, and Alex Stepick (2009)
    In Alex Stepick, Terry Rey, and Sarah J. Mahler (eds.) Churches and Charity in the Immigrant City. Religion, Immigration, and Civic Engagement in Miami. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 231-249.

    Based on 2001 questionnaire data from Florida International University English Composition students. Immigrant & 2nd generation students are more active in church than others, Protestants more than Catholics, females more than males, Black nationalities more than others. Church commitment appears critical for civic engagement.

    Associated Search Terms: Jamaican Americans; Civic engagement; African Americans; Generations; Nicaraguan Americans; Social capital; Students, undergraduate; Migrant; Cuban Americans; Mexican Americans
  • El Sistema Religioso de los Afrocubanos.
    Lachatanñeré, Rómulo (2007)
    Habana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales.

    Associated Search Terms: African Cubans; Cuba
  • Lucumi: Religión de los Yrubas en Cuba.
    Canet, C. (1973)
    Miami: A.I.P.

    Associated Search Terms: Cuba; African Cubans; Africanist, Cuba
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