OUTREACH THROUGH IDENTITY: AN AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
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The author designed and piloted a five week course with the intention of promoting Latina attendance at Ophelia's Place, a Eugene-based non-profit. The theme of the class was identity: the first two weeks were concerned with defining the concept and the proceeding weeks' themes were ethnicity, gender, and language identity respectively. The class was open for up to ten girls aged ten to eighteen. The following includes the Latina Identity Class's curriculum as well as the author's final conclusions on the pilot process.