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I had to ask myself, In a city where Hispanics made up over a third of the residents, why were they so hard to find?Austin prides itself on its cultural liberalism and sophistication, but given the invisibility of Latinos, it irked me that the city was obsessed with Latin American culture.Once, I showed up at a beautiful Hill Country ranch wedding in a long summer dress and stilettos when all the women were in knee-length frocks and sandals or wedge shoes they could manage the rocky grounds in. I bought a condo in southwest Austin, in a neighborhood with a nice mix of natives and newcomers.For some reason, the area felt to me closer in spirit to the rest of Texas.UTSA Summer Program in Kyoto Tentative dates: June 30-July 22, 2018 Application deadline: Nov.29, 2017 Immerse yourself in Japanese language and culture through homestay, temple/shrine/museum visits, Gion Festival, formal language instruction, field trips to Nara and Arashiyama, language exchange, tea ceremony, calligraphy, Japanese food, and more.
The development was still under construction when I moved in, and a crew of strictly Mexican workers was a ubiquitous presence during the first months I lived there.
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The workmen lived on the east side of I-35, where the city’s biggest concentration of minorities resides (Latinos make up 35 percent of Austin’s population, blacks 8 percent). This was where they came to work, and they literally kept their heads down while they did so.
Was the state’s most progressive city also its most segregated?