Nichole Margarita Garcia - Higher Education
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Nichole Margarita Garcia
Dr. Nichole Margarita Garcia is a Postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania where her research focuses on higher education, women of color, feminism, critical race theory and Latinx/a/o communities.


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Genocide to Exodus: Why the Average Joe Should Care About Puerto Rico

by | July 6, 2018 Puerto Rico and the ongoing colonization of the island is nothing new. 1898 marks the official Read more

My Father to Me, Is the Father He Never Had

by | June 13, 2018
I have had the privilege of having my father in my life. Like my best friend, my father’s fat [...] Read more

#ReclaimingMyTime

by | June 4, 2018
As I learn how to say “no” every day, it does not go without care. I need to put my best fo [...] Read more

Growing Roses in White Concrete

by | May 22, 2018
As an academic, I am constantly traveling to present at conferences, network and create change [...] Read more

How to Not Kill Our Sons

by | May 15, 2018
This is a call to action. Stop killing our sons, literally and metaphorically. Make a connectio [...] Read more

Fix Yo’ Face: Angela Rye, Me, and Cardi B

by | May 1, 2018
Over the years, I have heard comments about how I need to control my “emotions” because the [...] Read more

The Hate U Give

by | April 23, 2018
It takes only one person to change the trajectory of youth of color and invest in them when the [...] Read more

We Regret to Inform You…

by | April 8, 2018
Rejection is all too familiar in academia. We get rejected from fellowships, grants, academic j [...] Read more

“You Don’t Look Like a Professor”

by | March 29, 2018
Routinely experiencing gendered-raced microaggressions in institutions of higher education is n [...] Read more

The Risk of Displeasure: How to Write Without Permission

by | March 18, 2018
At the age of 13, the first Chicana Ph.D. I had ever met handed me The House on Mango Street by [...] Read more

The Man Who Yells Outside My Window

by | March 6, 2018
It’s 4:38 a.m. One to three times a week, I am awakened by a man yelling outside my window. W [...] Read more