Natalia Deeb-Sossa, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Chicana/o Studies at UC Davis, speaks in her presentation "Latinization: A Case Study of the Consequences of Workplace Inequities" during the 3rd annual A Forum on the Latino Community event, hosted by the Latino Leadership Council at Blue Goose event center in Loomis on September 14.
Natalia Deeb-Sossa, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Chicana/o Studies at UC Davis, speaks in her presentation "Latinization: A Case Study of the Consequences of Workplace Inequities" during the 3rd annual A Forum on the Latino Community event, hosted by the Latino Leadership Council at Blue Goose event center in Loomis on September 14. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com
Natalia Deeb-Sossa, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Chicana/o Studies at UC Davis, speaks in her presentation "Latinization: A Case Study of the Consequences of Workplace Inequities" during the 3rd annual A Forum on the Latino Community event, hosted by the Latino Leadership Council at Blue Goose event center in Loomis on September 14. HÉCTOR NAVEJAS hnavejas@vidaenelvalle.com

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