Leading expert and pioneer in his field, UCLA distinguished Professor Otto Santa Ana takes us through a historical and contemporary account of how stereotypes of Latinos in the media have led to anti-immigrant and anti-Latino policy. He also discusses his latest research that was cited in the recent Supreme Court decision that upheld Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
0:00 – Intro
0:46 – How do media narratives affect Latino stereotypes?
6:04 – Analysis of Trump’s language about Latinos and the Supreme Court fight for DACA
11:13 – What do you say to new scholars who want to have an impact?
15:50 – Final thoughts
18:37 – Closing
To learn more, check out Dr. Santa Ana’s book, Brown Tide Rising.
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