In ep 110, Stacey talks with Spanish teacher Michelle Nicola who spent several months in Mexico last fall learning about what it means to be a Mexican person of African descent. Michelle discusses the Fulbright award that funded her research project, the people she met and interviewed in Mexico, and her plans for how she will make these stories of Afro-Mexican people accessible and comprehensible for novice Spanish students everywhere.
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