This introductory chapter explains the coverage of this book, which is about Dominican-Americans in northern Manhattan in New York City and their role in local politics. This book focuses on the key issues of identity, political mobilization, and community building. It presents a chronological account of major organizing trends in Washington Heights, analyzes the communities of first- and second-generation of Dominican-Americans, and highlights the work of the Dominican-American leadership.
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