History of Kansas Hispanic Community, from the Kansas Hispanic & Latino American Affairs Commission, Kansas Office of the Governor
Mexican Americans in Kansas, a brief history of the Mexican presence in Kansas from the Kansas Historical Society
Hispanics in Kansas Bibliography, from the Kansas Historical Society
Timeline of Important Dates from the Latino Americans:500 Years of History Documentary Series
Bracero History Archive, a collaborative oral history project about the Bracero Program, which brought millions of Mexican guest workers to the United States to work on short-term, primarily agricultural labor contracts between 1942 - 1964.
Discussion Questions and Bibliography from Episode 2: Empire of Dreams (1880 - 1942). Compiled by Prof. Ruben Flores, University of Kansas
Bibliography for "Centroamericanas in the US: Rendering the Central American Female Immigrant Experience Through Latin@ American Cultural Production." Prepared by Prof. Yajaira Padilla, University of Arkansas.
Resources for Educators
Readings from our Latino Americans Educator Workshop on "Growing Critically Conscious Teachers," compiled by Prof. Norma A. Valenzuela, Kansas State University
"Growing Critically Conscious Teachers" workshop presentation. Prepared by Prof. Norma A. Valenzuela, Kansas State University. A fabulous resource - it includes links to videos and additional resources on the topic.
Select Sources for adding Chicanx History into a Mainstream History course, compiled by Valerie M. Mendoza
Mexicans in Midwest Sources, compiled by Valerie M. Mendoza
"Latinos in the Midwest," resource list for educators. Compiled by Danika Swanson, Education Program Specialist and Outreach Coordinator, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of Kansas