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There are no full time professors for Chicano studies

The Chicano studies program currently only has no full-time professors.

Chicano studies seems to be put below everything, since apparently all the professors are adjunct that teach the classes said instructor of political sciences Pam Brown


The Master Plan supposed to help all kinds of students, especially the minorities, but it seems to be ignoring Latinos, since the Chicano classes are always put to the side.


“We don’t have a Chicano studies full time professor,” Brown said.



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