With gratitude to the faculty and students who have, over the years, collaborated to build Mujeres Talk and Latinx Talk through contributing, reviewing, writing, editing, copyediting, and building networks of dialogue among scholars in Latinx Studies with few resources and amidst skepticism about a Latinx digital presence. Thank you to Felipe Hinojosa, Editor of Latinx Talk, and Kevin Escudero, Managing Editor of Latinx Talk, for assisting the Mini-Readers project in 2021 and 2022.  Thank you to Isabel Espinal at the University of Massachusetts and Roberto Delgadillo at the University of California at Davis for your expertise and advice in creating the Mini-Readers project. Our thanks to Andrew Turner for Pressbooks assistance at UW Madison with this Mini-Reader. Thank you to Maureen Walsh, Johanna Meetz, and Sean Moodie at the OSU Libraries Digital Publishing Project, and to their predecessor Melanie Schlosser, for publishing Mujeres Talk and Latinx Talk. Thank you to Jasmine Wong in Madison for the constant support and guidance you provided throughout the process of making this Mini-Reader. We are grateful to Provost John Karl Scholz, Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at UW-Madison, and the Brittingham Wisconsin Trust Grant Fund for the resources that made this work possible in 2022.


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