Newcomers to the Aloha State: Challenges and Prospects for Mexicans in Hawaiʻi

September 24, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Architecture Auditorium (ARCH 205)

The Ethnic Studies Department and the College of Social Sciences at UH Mānoa invite you to a panel on a new research report about the little-known yet growing Mexican community in Hawaiʻi. The researchers, Dr. Jeanne Batalova, Senior Policy Analyst, Migration Policy Institute, Dr. Monisha Das Gupta, Associate Professor, UH Mānoa Ethnic Studies and Women’s Studies, and Sue P. Haglund, PhD candidate, UH Mānoa Department of Political Science, will talk about their findings. The event marks the Hispanic Heritage Month.

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Ethnic Studies, Mānoa Campus

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