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Cambio Center leads in research and outreach on Latines, immigrant integration, and communities undergoing demographic change.

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22nd Annual Cambio de Colores

June 12, 2024 - From June 5-7, the Cambio Center hosted our 22nd annual Cambio de Colores-Change of Colors conference. Highlights included four amazing keynotes, where expert speakers focused on (1) civil rights and political participation by Migrantes Unidos; (2) health (and education) by Monserrat Garibay; (3) community and economic development by Dr. Amalia Daché; and…

Latine Film Festival

August 22, 2023 - With support from many partners, the Cambio Center is excited to announce our first annual Latine Film Festival. During Hispanic Heritage Month, the Center is screening five films at various locations around campus and the community: 9/13, 5 pm, Los Lobos, Ragtag Cinema 9/21, 5 pm, The Return, Zoom 9/28, 4:30…

Equity in Bilingual Education

Cambio Fellow Publication - April 28, 2003 - A publication co-authored by Cambio Fellow, Lisa Dorner, has been featured by the Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership (JCEL). “Una Búsqueda de la Equidad y la Justicia: District Leaders Attempt to Expand Dual Language Bilingual Education for Equity” is among JCEL’s themed Special Collection titled, “Policy Implementation,…

Serving Refugee Students

Cambio Fellow Publication - February 27, 2023 - Cambio Fellows, Drs. Emily Crawford-Rossi and Edwin Bonney, recently shared their wisdom about "Leveraging Community-based Organizations to Equitably Serve Refugee-background Students in the United States with Schools." Read more here on the REACH website -- Harvard University's blog on research, education, and action for refugees around the…