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Invisible No More: An Evaluation of the Smithsonian Institution and Latino Representation

LPPI evaluated the Smithsonian Institution’s progress in increasing Latina/o representation within its workforce and exhibitions. Findings reveal a severe lack of representation in executive leadership and lack of funding for Latino initiatives.

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Invisible No More: An Evaluation of the Smithsonian Institution and Latino Representation

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LPPI evaluated the Smithsonian Institution’s progress in increasing Latina/o representation within its workforce and exhibitions. Findings reveal a severe lack of representation in executive leadership and lack of funding for Latino initiatives.

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