About the Project Authors
Marina López and Kerry Taylor are the co-coordinators of The Citadel Oral History Program (COHP). Before joining COHP, Marina López was a counselor to Spanish-speaking immigrant families in the Charleston, South Carolina area. Kerry Taylor is a historian at The Citadel: The Military College of South Carolina, specializing in twentieth-century U.S., labor, African American, and oral history. Their work with COHP resulted in a collection of thirty Latino oral history interviews, thirteen of which are already available to the public through the Lowcountry Digital Library.
Lisa Covert, College of Charleston
Stephanie Nodine, Immigration Lawyer
Carl Wise, College of Charleston
A special thanks to Glorimar Blanco, professor of Spanish at The Citadel and Charleston Southern University, for proofreading the Spanish section of the exhibit.
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Fink, Leon. The Maya of Morganton: Work and Community in the Nuevo New South. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2003.
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Appleseed Legal Justice Center
University of South Carolina, Arnold School of Heal Consortium for Latino Immigration Studies