Narratives of Latinas in the Midwest higher education in the Midwest education
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The Pew Research Center noted there are 30.1 million Hispanic adults in the United States and 14.4 million of them -- or 48 [percent] -- are women. According to recent U.S. Census Bureau estimates among immigrant Hispanic women, 57 [percent] have arrived since 1990, and from those, six-in-ten Hispanic women immigrants were born in Mexico. This paper presents narratives from four professors who currently hold adjunct and tenured positions in higher education institutions in the Midwest of the United States and who shared their experiences during the Cambio de Colores conference.
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