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4 Latin America -- Part 16
The impact of giving labor is immediate.
For millions of urban dwellers, formal employment poor families cash and the long-term impact of improving the educational attainment and health of their children.
Mexico has a similar program.
Vendors on the street sell produce in less resources than those in Brazil or Mexico.
The distribution of goods and itarian organizations is dependent on street vending.
It is a representation of the informal sector.
Catholic Relief Services works with rural poor throughout the region to improve their water supplies, health care, and education.
Groups lobby local governments to build schools.
Cooperatives are also developed by grassroots organizations that market everything from sweaters to cheeses.
Life expectancy, gender educational equity, and access to improved water sources are important indicators of social development.
Americans have access to an adequate amount of water from an improved source, and 83 percent have access to improved sanitation facilities.
The life expectancy for men and women is 75 years, and nearly all youth in the region are literate.
Extreme variations between rural and urban areas, between regions, and within Mexico and Brazil are masked by this aggregate data.
In the northeast, the literacy rate is only 60 percent.
The literacy rate for city residents is 70 percent, but for rural residents it is only 40 percent.
There are certain patterns that support the existence of racism.
The death rates in northeastern Brazil are close to those of some of the world's poor countries.
Blacks in Brazil suffer higher rates of homelessness, landlessness, illiteracy, and unemployment.
Affirmative action measures have been implemented to address the problem.
Various quota systems are being tried to improve the condition of Afro-Brazilians.
In areas of Latin America where Indian cultures are strong, there are indicators of low socio-economic status.
Most countries have areas where native languages are widely spoken.
There is prejudice in the language.
Back children should walk to school in Panama City because of the rural mestizo population.
Latin American states have shown cowardice.
Being literate is a requirement.
It is difficult to separate status divisions based on class postsecondary education.
European meant an elevation in status over the Indian south.
The capital isMonterrey, and the home is very strong.
Race doesn't determine a person's to Mexico's largest resort, Cancun, and Campeche has the economic standing, but it certainly influences it.
Noting the power of the elite and envy of their lifestyle is what I'm saying.
A growing middle class also exists, and its members aspire to be like North America and another Mexico who is formally employed, to own a home and car.
I have to give their children a university education.
The working poor are the ones who struggle to meet basic food, shelter, clothing, and transport needs because they don't have enough money.
There are class differences in the landscape.
You will find handsome race when you explain the patterns of Mexico and Brazil.
Race and Inequality are offered by highrise luxury apartment buildings with beautiful terraces.
The complex racial and ethnic elite and the middle class show a preference for decen mix that was created in Latin America, which fostered tolerance for suburban living and dependence on automobiles.
Indians and blacks are more likely to be like North Americans.
The poor of the region are counted near these residences.
Discrimination is a major political issue in Brazil.
Reports create their own economy and make money.
Brazil has a vision of a color-blind racial democracy, but there are many contradictions with it.
In Brazil, segregation by race is rare and interracial marriage women work outside the home.
In most countries, the for is common, but certain patterns of social and economic mal figures are between 30 and 40 percent of the workforce.
The Brazilian census doesn't ask a lot of questions about race, and all are based on property.
In the 2000 census, less than 11 percent of men did so.
Brazil is the second largest "African state" after Nigeria despite the fact that more than half of the population is of African descent.
In most countries, abortion is legal.
The classification of race is highly subjective and illegal.
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