This report discusses and examines themes the ways in which Latino adolescents who are grappling with their identity and place in society perceive and engage with formative social settings/institutions, such as school, work, law enforcement, and the juvenile justice system. The report analyzes these perceptions through data received from focus groups located in 4 different cities across the country (Langley Park, MD; Nashville, TN; Providence, RI; and Los Angeles, CA) that include both first-generation and second-generation youth.
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