Taking a leap to be at a table from which Mexican American women have always been absent, and are still not invited, takes tremendous courage, knowing that much personal sacrifice will be required. This Essay addresses why Mexican American women have been absent from the tables of influence in the worlds of public policy, religion, and law, and how they can establish their presence as part of an anti-subordination agenda.
Laura M. Padilla,
Re/Forming and Influencing Public Policy, Law and Religion: Missing From the Table,
Denv. U. L. Rev.
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