Knoxville News Sentinel , 5/28/24

“Nuestras Voces,” a new book created in Knoxville, tells the stories of the community’s Latino immigrants through art and narrative. The University of Tennessee’s Department of Sociology and nonprofit Centro Hispano de East Tennessee have worked together in the past, but when Centro Hispano’s Youth and Family Engagement Director Megan Barolet-Fogarty and UT sociology professor Meghan Conley started exploring their next collaboration in 2022, they never thought the project would grow to this scale, Barolet-Fogarty said at the book launch event.