Geraldo Cadava

Professor of history, Northwestern University

Professor of history at Northwestern University

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Keli Goff speaks with Geraldo Cadava and Gloria Feldt about two topics in the news: the “Latino vote” and abortion laws and access.

Deep dives on Hispanic and Latino voters, and the future of abortion access in the US

Keli Goff speaks with Geraldo Cadava and Gloria Feldt about two topics in the news: the “Latino vote” and abortion laws and access.

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