Latinx


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Latinx

One who identifies as Latin American; a Spanish-speaking person of the Americas. The term is gender-neutral and is an alternative to "Latino" and "Latina." As a Latinx, I'm very conscious of the issues that affect immigrants.
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CSUCI is incredibly honored to receive this NSF grant that will enable our faculty to develop transformational programs and conduct invaluable research aimed at decreasing equity gaps and increasing graduation rates among Latinx and female students interested in the STEM fields, said CSU Channel Islands President Erika D.
While still relatively new, the Empower Initiative stems from preexisting resources for underprivileged students at the University of Chicago, including UChicago Promise, which offers advising and full-tuition scholarships for students from Chicago Public Schools, and the Neubauer Family Adelante Programs, which fund outreach efforts to the Latinx community such as information sessions presented in Spanish.
I learned that only 5% of physicians in California are Latinx, highlighting the importance of programs that increase the diversity of our health-care providers.
Netflix Connects with Latinx Identity Through Content Offerings
This represents one of the largest Series A rounds ever raised by a Latinx female-led company.
Sanchez's novel explores the contradictions of Latinx transcultural capital, which can simultaneously empower economic agency while reproducing asymmetrical relations of power and domination.
Ramirez's research project, "Chicagolandia: Oral Histories of Chicago's Latinx Suburbs," will use oral histories of Latina/os living in the Chicago suburbs from 1960 to the present to complicate popular and scholarly understandings of late-20th-century suburbanization and immigration.
Xochi faces struggles with racial identity as a mixed-race Latinx and guilt from the past abuse she has suffered from her estranged mother's boyfriend.
Gonzalez has written about spiritual formation, Latinx identity, race, gender, the Enneagram, and immigration.
Spotting this gap, he and his colleagues from the University of Illinois at Chicago set out to evaluate the environmental impact of the foods eaten by three different racial groups in the US--white, black and Latinx.
"Fornaro asked questions of Paterson School District which seemed to imply it does not teach American History due to the large Latinx population in its schools, the letter reads.
Though she adopted her current role only last November, Christian has spent the past four years flexing her strength in synthesizing data on demographics often overlooked in advertising, like black, Latinx and LGBTQ consumers.
As I pored over news reports, a word leaped off the page: "Latinx," pronounced la-TEEN-ex, a gender-neutral way to describe people of Latin American heritage.
Last year we recognized the importance of establishing NAHN with the desire to promote and advance a healthy lifestyle and health knowledge among the Latinx community of Georgia.