On Tuesday, September 29, Duke University Hispanic/Latino Alumni Association (DUHLAA) is hosting a lifelong learning program to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month 2020. The program, Understanding a Journey: The How and Why of Latino/a Community Growth in the Southern US features Dr. Cecilia Márquez, Assistant Professor of History.
Please take advantage of the following recommended resources from Professor Márquez.
- Southern Roadtrip Podcast (Part 1) (September 15, 2017)
- Southern Roadtrip Podcast (Part 2) (September 22, 2017)
This American Life
- Five-Part Podcast Series (May-June 2019)
Corazón de Dixie: Mexicanos in the US South since 1910 by Julie M. Weise
Nuveo South: Latinas/os, Asians, and the Remaking of Place by Perla M. Guerrero
The Latino Migration Experience in North Carolina (Revised & Expanded Second Edition) by Hannah Gill
Juan Crow and the Erasure of Blackness in the Latina/o South by Cecilia Márquez
Becoming Pedro: “Playing Mexican” at South of the Border by Cecilia Márquez
Labor Roundtable on Latinxs in the US South (collection of recommended articles)
The Unafraid from America Reframed – PBS World Channel
¡FIESTA! Quinceañera – Docuseries
- Modern-day Freedom School based in Atlanta, GA