Community Colleges’ Use of the Term “Latinx”

  title={Community Colleges’ Use of the Term “Latinx”},
  author={Cristobal Salinas and Erin E. Doran and Ethan C. Swingle},
  journal={New Directions for Community Colleges},

Situating Chicana/o/x Studies Programs on Community College Campuses

  • E. Doran
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    Community College Journal of Research and Practice
  • 2021
ABSTRACT The study evaluates the location and prominence of Chicana/o/x Studies courses on community college campuses nationally according to their websites and public-facing resources through

Developing Racial Justice Allies in an Online Graduate Workshop Centering Latinx Students

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  • Melvin A. Whitehead
  • Sociology, Education
    Graduate Students’ Research about Community Colleges
  • 2019
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