A Jumble of Needs examines the leadership of Mexican women immigrants in three colonias in New Mexico, documenting the role of NGOs in shaping women’s activism in these communities. Ethnographer Rebecca Dolhinow uncovers why such attempts to exercise political agency are so rarely successful, revealing that many NGOs promote neoliberal ideals, resulting in continued disenfranchisement, despite the women’s activism.
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