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Iowa State University

2018

Immigration

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“Who Belongs”: A Critical Race Theory And Latino Critical Theory Analysis Of The United States Immigration Climate For Undocumented Latinx College Students, Leslie Jo Shelton Mar 2018

“Who Belongs”: A Critical Race Theory And Latino Critical Theory Analysis Of The United States Immigration Climate For Undocumented Latinx College Students, Leslie Jo Shelton

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

In this conceptual essay, I address the question “Who Belongs” by examining how Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Latino Critical Theory (LatCrit) can inform an understanding of how the U.S. immigration climate relates to undocumented Latinx college students. The following analysis is based on my reflections from conducting a qualitative study examining the experiences of 16 undocumented Latinx college students in the United States. I provide an overview of the current U.S. immigration climate followed by an explanation of CRT and LatCrit. I then offer an analysis of three discussion themes through a CRT and LatCrit lens: problematizing ...


Review Of The Book Identity, Social Activism, And The Pursuit Of Higher Education By Susana M. Muñoz, Dafina-Lazarus Stewart Mar 2018

Review Of The Book Identity, Social Activism, And The Pursuit Of Higher Education By Susana M. Muñoz, Dafina-Lazarus Stewart

Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis

Muñoz (2015) has offered an important and passionate account of how national immigration policy interacts with institutional policy to delimit college access and identity meaning-making for undocumented youth. This text contributes to a growing literature that advances a critical narrative about undocumented youth.