Immigration and Indigenization in the Mexican Diaspora in the Southwestern United States

The author of this article wishes to expand their engagement with Friedman’s ideas on the indigenization of identity by once again taking a look at the Mexican diaspora in the southwestern United States, but widening the discussion this time to address three distinct waves of migration rather than just one.

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