Ana Celia Zentella Papers, 1974-1979

Collection, MSS 161

Zentella is a central figure in the study of U.S. Latina varieties of Spanish and English, Spanglish, and language socialization in Latino families, a respected critic of the linguistic profiling facilitated by English-only laws and anti-bilingual education legislation. Collection consists of clippings, newspapers, flyers, correspondence and programs about Puerto Rican political prisoners, in particular Lolita Lebrón and the Comité Lolita Lebrón. 

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