Women immigrants from Latin America are now as common as men.
Each one is a real person, not a statistic. We did not cherry-pick the stories. These are the first five women Lily Estrada interviewed. Some of them asked us to change their names, which we have done. Written by Lilia Estela Estrada Morales and Sonia Dolores Estrada Morales.
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Unique Words: 772
Total Words: 5,237
Tense(s): presente, infinitivo, gerundio, pretérito, imperfecto, futuro, imperativo, pretérito perfecto, pluscuamperfecto, subjuntivo, imperfecto de subjuntivo
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©2021. Spanish. High school. 5 x 7 inches. Softcover, 72 pages.
About the Author
A native of Chihuahua, Mexico, Sonia Dolores Estrada Morales studied at the Instituto Mexicano-Norteamericano de Relaciones Culturales, and taught courses in Protocol and Public Relations. Sonia has held many high-level government posts in Mexico, hosting ambassadors from around the world. She has a special affinity for the indigenous Rarámuri people of the Chihuahua sierra. She is an authority in the correct usage of language in Latin American Context, and firmly believes that native Spanish speakers, not American academics, should be the sole arbiters of the correct use of their own language.