Tina Vasquez is a journalist with more than 10 years of experience reporting on immigration, reproductive injustice, gender, labor and culture. She is currently a senior reporter at Prism, where she covers gender justice and workers’ rights. Previously, she was a senior reporter covering immigration at Rewire.News, the leading online publication devoted to evidence-based reporting on reproductive and sexual health, rights and justice. Vasquez’s work has appeared in the New York Review of Books, NPR, The Nation, Playboy and a variety of other publications. She currently serves on the board of Press On, a Southern journalism collective that strengthens and expands the practice of journalism in service of liberation. She is from Southeast Los Angeles and currently resides in North Carolina. Follow her on Twitter @TheTinaVasquez.

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The Fight for Ethnic Studies

Across the country, advocates are working to ensure K-12 students have the opportunity to take ethnic studies courses.
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