About Jesica S. Fernández
Jesica Siham Fernández is an assistant professor in the Ethnic Studies Department at Santa Clara University. Grounded in a decolonial feminist praxis, and informed by critical race and ethnic studies, she received her Ph.D. in Social Psychology and Latin American & Latinx Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Jesica engages in community-based and participatory action research (PAR) paradigms, projects and collaborations to support Latinx communities, youth of color, and student activists in their sociopolitical wellbeing, thriving and liberation. She is the author of “Growing Up Latinx: Coming of Age in a Time of Contested Citizenship.”
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