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What Lorgia García Peña’s Tenure Denial Means for Other Latina Scholars

Her rejection continues a long tradition in academia of ignoring the brilliance of Afro Latinx scholars and educators

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WWhen the news broke that Dr. Lorgia García Peña, Roy G. Clouse associate professor of romance languages and literatures and of history and…

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Aurora Santiago Ortiz

Aurora Santiago Ortiz

Social Justice Education Ph.D. candidate studying radical pedagogies and social movements in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean, and Latin America. She/her/ella.

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