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CHILATST 116: Latinx Social Movements

Latinx advocates, often through grassroots community organizing around social movement participation and electoral politics, have fought to ensure citizenship, civil rights, labor rights, environmental justice, immigrant rights, gender rights, sexuality rights, reproductive rights, and many more causes in the United States and across borders for decades. In this course, we will analyze the literature of Latinx social movements and various legal and political institutions impacting the U.S. Latinx community, such as electoral representation, labor, education, healthcare, housing, and recreation, as we examine the theories and methods that scholars incorporate to publish their conclusions. We will look at the Latinx community¿s historical challenges and their journeys to overcome economic disparities, as well as the role of race and racism, prejudice and discrimination, and anti-immigration policies directed at Latinx ethnic groups in the United States. This course will prepare students to conduct archival research on Latinx social movements in the Department of Special Collections and University Archives at Stanford.
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