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11
Dec

Remembering Children’s Rights

In the spirit of Human Rights Day and in light of the treatment of unaccompanied and separated minor immigrants around the world, we share an excerpt by Jacqueline Bhabha from Humanitarianism and …

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04
Dec

A View from the Southern Border

By Abigail Leslie Andrews, author of Undocumented Politics: Place, Gender, and the Pathways of Mexican Migrants It was over a week ago when the U.S. Border Patrol fired tear gas at several …

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29
Nov

Walls That Wound

By Ieva Jusionyte, author of Threshold: Emergency Responders on the US-Mexico Border As news about migrant caravans traveling from Central America caught Washington’s attention last month, the government deployed over five thousand troops …

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13
Oct

Migration is a Form of Fighting Back

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, we share an article by David Bacon, author of In the Fields of the North / En los campos del norte. Bacon discusses how the history of …

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13
Aug

A Changed America

This guest post is published as part of our Scholar-Activist series related to the American Sociological Association conference from August 11 – 14 in Philadelphia. #ASA18 #ScholarActivist By Ariel C. Armony, co-author with Alejandro Portes of The Global Edge: Miami …

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13
Jul

Latinx Studies Now

The Latina/o Studies Association conference is occurring in Washington, D.C. this week until July 15th. Attendees hope to foster dialogue, build community, and highlight the activism needed to address and combat the racism, …

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09
Jul

America Defines Latinos

What are the social consequences of anti-immigrant rhetoric? Do racist words translate into violence against immigrants? Does this rhetoric discourage immigrants from participating in civic life, interacting with law enforcement, or obtaining needed …

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