Frances Negrón-Muntaner ft. in The Texas Observer

November 11, 2020

Frances Negrón-Muntaner, founding director of CSER’s Media and Idea Lab and the Latino Arts and Activism Archive, is featured in The Texas Observer article, “The Latino Vote And Its Legacy.” “There’s no single Latino story about the relationship of citizens and the state when it comes to elected power,” Professor Negrón-Muntaner said. “There are multiple stories.” She emphasizes the importance of the Latino vote in the United States during 2020’s tense election season, stating “One of the most important things that Latinos have contributed has been political imagination. It’s about making a leap between what is and what should be and why.”

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