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Rodriguez Candeaux, Suyent

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Suyent Rodriguez Candeaux received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Africana Studies at the University of New Mexico. She is a Pan-African Studies, Master of Arts candidate at Syracuse University. She served as a panelist at the New Mexico Teacher Diversity Summit 2016 and Black Lives Matter: Campus Climate in the Age of Colorblind Politics 2016. She presented at Courageous Conversations: Latinx Racial Equity Leadership Retreat 2017 on the inclusion of Afro-Latinx identity in conversations about Latinxs. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated and an avid advocate for Afro-Latinx social, educational, and academic visibility. Her research interests are expressions of anti-Blackness in Latin America and the Hispanophone Caribbean, and Black Latinx immigrants’ assimilation process.
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