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Sue Patricia Haglund

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Sue Patricia Haglund

Sue Patricia Haglund is a doctoral candidate (ABD) in the Department of Political Science at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa. Her dissertation, Dule Poli-Aesthetic Movement: Molas, Boxing and Poetry, examines the sociopolitical aesthetic presence and movements of the Dule people in modern Panama. Her research interests include the study of aesthetics, public policy, good government and civic issues, indigenous politics, and Latin American sociopolitical issues.

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September 2013
By Jeanne Batalova, Monisha Das Gupta, and Sue Patricia Haglund

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Reports
September 2013
The Mexican-origin community in Hawaiʻi, which represents a small but growing population in this multi-ethnic state, has different outcomes than Mexican immigrants and U.S. citizens of Mexican ancestry who live in the continental U.S. Its Mexican-origin residents have higher employment, reduced poverty, more English proficiency, and lower incidences of unauthorized status than their counterparts on the U.S. continent.