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Sarahi Peralta

“To me, having a minor in Latino/a studies means understanding how history and present events have affected and continue to affect the lives of people with Latinx decent, especially when talking about the particular demographic in the United States. I am currently majoring in child, adult, and family services, but I see myself working with … Continue reading Sarahi Peralta

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Kacey Berry

“I chose the USLS minor because I had taken 211 as a diversity credit and loved the course content. I also realized that it would be a good match for my major, which is Spanish. The coursework complemented the coursework for my major, and that helped to enhance my learning. I would love to work … Continue reading Kacey Berry

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Grace Trembath

“My Latino/a studies minor is my way of exploring a subject that I find interesting, specifically the history and cultures of Latin America. It also has helped me gain a better understanding of the growing diversity in the United States. Since I was already a Spanish major, it felt very natural to add a USLS … Continue reading Grace Trembath

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Anlis Mercado-Rios

“A Latino studies minor to me means more opportunities to understand different cultures that come together through language, history, and ancestry. It means that I get to expand my knowledge about how other countries live, adapt, and the challenges they face in order to have a better understanding of society. It also gives me the … Continue reading Anlis Mercado-Rios