Lindsay Pérez Huber is Associate Professor in the College of Education at California State University, Long Beach. Broadly, Dr. Pérez Huber’s research analyzes racial inequities in education, the impact on marginalized urban students of color, and how students and their communities respond to those inequities through strategies of resistance for educational and social change. This work centers a particular focus on immigrant and undocumented communities. She has conducted this research at all levels of education including K-12 schools, community colleges, and four-year universities and has published her work in over 25 peer-reviewed academic journals in education, law, and other disciplines. Dr. Pérez Huber is a Ford Foundation Fellow and Faculty Fellow of the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE). She is also the past Vice President of the Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA). Dr. Pérez Huber was a recipient of the 2019 CRSEA Derrick Bell Legacy Award for her contributions to Critical Race Theory (CRT) scholarship and praxis. She is co-author of "Racial Microaggressions: Using Critical Race Theory to Respond to Everyday Racism." Dr. Pérez Huber received her Ph.D. in Social Science and Comparative Education (SSCE), with a specialization in Race and Ethnic Studies from the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies.