“Mapping the Mexican Midwest” visualizes the long-term presence of Mexican migrants in the Midwest. By literally putting ethnic Mexican communities, institutions, and organizations on the map, the project challenges the common perception of the Midwest as a solely white and rural space. In its current state, “Mapping the Mexican Midwest” focuses on the Lower Midwest—the states of Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. Visitors to this site can learn more about where Mexicans resided in the early twentieth-century Lower Midwest, some of the institutions and organizations that made up their communities, and the regional and transnational connections these migrants built as they labored, leisured, and lived.