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The Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education
The Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE) was created in January 2003, funded by a grant from The Goizueta Foundation. We are an educational resource center helping to improve the education of Hispanics/Latinos in Georgia. CLASE is housed in the College of Education and Center partners include: the School of Social Work, the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, the Office of Public Service and Outreach, the Department of Romance Languages, the Center for Latin America and Caribbean Studies, and the College of Education.

Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute
The center brings Latin American and Caribbean culture to the UGA campus by sponsoring educational activities, artistic performances, interdisciplinary research, teaching, and public service projects, in coordination with Latin Americanists from UGA, other Universities, the community at large, and abroad.

Chicana Feminisms
Designed to serve as a initial research resource for students who may not have access to an extensive Chicana/o library collection.

UCLA Chicana & Chicano Studies Webpage 
Site contains extensive links to Chicana/Latina websites, resources, organizations and networks.

Latin American Women's Issues
From the University of Texas this site contains numerous links for regional resources as well as international websites in many South American countries. As of July 2015, this page is no longer being actively updated or maintained. The page remains at this address as an archival and research resource.

Chicana/Latina Feminism
A bibliography

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