Nowhere to Hide: A Look at the Pervasive Atmosphere of Sexual Harassment in Memphis
Area Middle & High Schools. Sagrestano, Lynda, April 2009. $5, 23 pages. Results of a 2008 survey of 590 adolescents in Memphis area public, private and parochial
What is a Living Wage for Memphis? (revised) Ciscel, David. 2002.$5, 9 pages.
Latino Immigrant Women in Memphis, Mendoza, Marcela. 2002, 30 pages including maps and charts. This report is the product
of a collaborative project involving the Highlander center in New Market, Tennessee,
the Southern Regional Council (SRC) in Atlanta, and CROW.
Latino Services Directory - Memphis (2002) This directory contains information related to Resources available for Latinos (location,
hours, phone numbers, interpreters, etc.): Social Services, Media and Information
Centers, Domestic Violence, Early Childhood Education, English as Second Language
for Children and Adults, General Education Development (GED) for Adults, Medical Services
and Latino Advocacy Organizations and Centers.This directory was prepared by Gizelle
Latino Immigrants in Memphis, Tennessee: Their Local Economic Impact, Mendoza, Marcela, David H. Ciscel, and Barbara Ellen Smith. 2001 (16 pages), $5.
The New Latino Workforce: Employers' Experiences in Memphis, Mendoza, Marcela. 2001 (32 pages). Prepared in partnership by The Work Place, Inc.
and CROW. Color copy: $6.50. Black and white copy: $3.50.
New 2000 Estimates of the Hispanic Population for Shelby County, Tennessee, Burrell, L.S., S. Redding, S. Schenk, and M. Mendoza. 2001 (21 pages). Prepared
in partnership by REDC and CROW. Color copy: $6.50. Black and white copy: $3.50
What is a Living Wage for Memphis? Ciscel, David. 1999.$5, 13 pages.
Latinos in Memphis (2003) PowerPoint presentation, Mendoza, Marcela.
Cancer Related Services in Memphis & Shelby County: Availability, Affordability,
and Utilization. Betts, Phyllis. 1997.
Profiles: A Report On The Women And Girls Of Greater Memphis, Schmidt, Martha. 1997 (40 pages), $10.