The History and Evolution of the Term Latinx

@article{Salinas2021TheHA,
  title={The History and Evolution of the Term Latinx},
  author={Cristobal Salinas and Adele Lozano},
  journal={Handbook of Latinos and Education},
  year={2021}
}
Cristobal Salinas Jr., PhD, is an associate professor in the Educational Leadership and Research Methodology Department at Florida Atlantic University. His research promotes access and equality in higher education and explores the social and political context of education opportunities for historically marginalized communities. Dr. Salinas is the founder and editor-inchief for the Journal Committed to Social Change on Race and Ethnicity ( JCSCORE). His research has been featured in CNN, NPR… 
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