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Illinois State University Latin American and Latino/a Studies
CAUSA teams with Immigration Project for Know Your Rights training, February 28
Illinois State University's Latin American and Latino/a Studies program, along with The Immigration Project and CAUSA, invites you to a training on "Know Your Rights."
ISU, History Museum to host community reading program
Anthropologist Sujey Vega, author of Latino Heartland: Of Borders and Belonging in the Midwest, will speak on Illinois State's campus Thursday, February 23, as part of a community reading program.
CAUSA: Undocumented students find support
A new group on campus, CAUSA, has been working to provide support for undocumented students and those who live in mixed status families.
Latino Studies faculty spotlight: Marinelly Castillo-Zuniga
Castillo has been a Spanish instructional assistant professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures since 2006.
New anthropology course focuses on Afro-Latin America
Are you still looking for a class for the spring? Try ANT 383, Section 02: Selected Topics in Anthropology: Afro-Latin America, taught by Associate Professor of Anthropology Kathryn Sampeck.
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