Untold Stories: The Latinx Leadership Experience in Higher Education
Despite the exponential growth of Latina/o/x students in higher education, and despite professions of commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, the Latinx experience in Christian colleges and universities has gone largely unstudied, rendered invisible by the structures and history of colonialism and racism. Untold Stories, by professor and sought-after leadership consultant Dr. Peter Rios, provides a groundbreaking glimpse into the complicated experiences of Latinx leaders in religious affiliated institutions of higher education, along with a prophetic call to action for those who care about these institutions and the students and leaders--current and future--they seek to serve.BUY NOW
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Leah Olszewski, MBA, FEMTAC President
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