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Michelle Rascón-Canales

About Michelle Rascón-Canales

Michelle Rascón-Canales (she/her pronouns


Selected Publications

Rascon-Canales, M. (2020).“If they come for her child in the morning…”: Detained/Incarcerated Children in the time of COVID-19. Journal of Abolition Blog.

Gomez-Fimbres, R. Rascon, M. Romero, A. (2019). We See You, Hermana: The White Racial Framing of Serena Williams at the U.S. Open. Journal of Latinx Talk.

Link to article:

Rascon, M. ‘Broken-Heartedness’ or Systematic Police Killings: Testimonios and Sequelae Deaths. In Rodriguez, R. (2019). Yolqui: A Warrior Summonsed from the Spirit World. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

Link to book release:

O'Leary, A.O., Romero, A.J. Cabrera, N. & Rascón, M. (2012). Assault on Ethnic Studies. In O. Santa Ana. & C. González de Bustamante. (Eds.) Arizona Firestorm: Global immigration realities, national media & provincial politics (pp. 97-120). Lanham, MD and New York: Rowman & Littlefield. (Invited chapter).

Link to book:

Rascon, M. (2010). La Importancia de Estudios Etnicos/ The Importance of Ethnic Studies. La Estrella de Tucson. Arizona Daily Star. March. 2010.

Link to Spanish article:


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Contact Information


Master of Science (2019), Family Studies and Human Development, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, The University of Arizona.

Master of Social Work (2014), School of Social Work College of Public Programs, Arizona State University .

Bachelor of Arts (2011) School of Anthropology & Department of Mexican American Studies, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.