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Other articles, pieces, and profiles:
“Would Lexington be Prepared to Receive Migrants?,” appearance on WKYT evening news, September 16, 2022.
“Who Was Cesar Chavez? The Impact and Legacy He Left Behind,” in “Two Americas” by Scripps Media (April 2022).
“Other Voices: “‘We’re Still Here’: A Discussion of Farmworkers’ Struggles Past and Present” in The Bakersfield Californian (March 12, 2021).
“Biden and the Democrats Won Big: There Is No Excuse for Inaction on Immigration” in Latino Rebels (January 2021).
“During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Immigrant Farmworkers are Heroes” in the Washington Post (March 2020, subscription may be required).
“Don’t Be Outraged They’re Being Called Concentration Camps. Be Outraged They Exist” in Latino Rebels (June 2019).
“‘There’s Always Hope’: Eladio Bobadilla Went from Almost Failing out of High School to Earning a Duke Ph.D.” in the Duke Chronicle (April 2019 profile).
“Immigration Law, Mexican Americans, and Undocumented Immigrants, 1954-Present” in History Now (October 2018, subscription may be required).
“Key Findings: What History Reveals about Wise Immigration Policy” policy brief for the Scholars Strategy Network (August 2018).
“‘It’s Giving Back to the Community’: Historians of Race and Ethnicity Should Take Sports Seriously” in the IEHS Newsletter (November 3, 2017)
“The ‘Alt-Right’: We Need Courage and Truth, Not False Equivalencies” in Common Dreams (September 10, 2017).
“Five Questions with Eladio Bobadilla on Immigration and Catholic History” (April 2017) with the Cushwa Center at the University of Notre Dame.
“‘What It Means to be a Citizen’: Student Veterans in History Classrooms” in Perspectives in History (January 2017).
“Responding to Resistance: Faculty and Administrators of Color Analyze Student Movements at the Annual Meeting” in Perspectives in History (February 2016).
“Industrial Commission Losses Will Hurt Workers” in the Raleigh News and Observers (August 2014, subscription may be required).