Applications of Latin American Consciousness-Raising Strategies for Community College Service Learning Programs
The purpose of this study was to suggest post-colonialist programmatic considerations for the implementation of service learning programs that empower LatinX students. The researcher interviewed LatinX student participants in a Northwest community college service learning program to discover any shared themes between social justice testimonios and the service learning experiences. A model was adapted for the development of critical consciousness through social justice service projects that promote LatinX student empowerment.
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