NACLA Cuba Policy Article Review Hi. Okay, it’s not as bad as it looks. haha. One paper is due today – as soon as you’re done with it, get it to me before

NACLA Cuba Policy Article Review Hi. Okay, it’s not as bad as it looks. haha. One paper is due today – as soon as you’re done with it, get it to me before you start the next one because student is meeting deadline. Then go ahead and do the one that’s due July 17th. Each paper 3-4 pages. BOTH are due within the 6 hour time limit. These will be quick typing, just doublecheck the plagiarism since they are specific articles. Thanks! If you can’t do it, let me know right away.

FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT, YOU ARE TO READ CURRENT NEWS ARTICLES ABOUT LATIN AMERICA FROM THE WEBSITE FOR THE NORTH AMERICAN CONGRESS OF LATIN AMERICA (NACLA) AND SUBMIT THREE SHORT REVIEWS DURING THE SEMESTER. PLEASE SUBMIT ONE REVIEW PER DUE DATE. EACH REVIEW IS TO BE AT LEAST 3-4 PAGES AND EACH DUE DATE CORRESPONDS TO A REGIONAL TOPIC IN LATIN AMERICA. THE DUE DATES FOR THESE REPORTS ARE JULY 6 AND 17. HERE ARE THE REGIONAL TOPICS CORRESPONDING TO EACH DUE DATE:
JULY 6: MEXICO, THE CARIBBEAN(CUBA, HAITI, PUERTO RICO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, ETC.), AND CENTRAL AMERICA (GUATEMALA, HONDURAS, EL SALVADOR, COSTA RICA, PANAMA, NICARAGUA, AND BELIZE).
JULY 17: SOUTH AMERICA (BRAZIL, ARGENTINA, CHILE, PERU, URUGUAY, ECUADOR, COLOMBIA, BOLIVIA, PARAGUAY, AND VENEZUELA)
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR REPORTS THROUGH CANVAS IN EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING FORMATS: DOC, DOCX OR PDF (IF YOU ARE USING APPLE PAGES TO COMPOSE YOUR REVIEW, PLEASE BE SURE TO CONVERT YOUR PAPER TO DOCX OR PDF BEFORE SUBMITTING IT). LATE PAPERS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR EACH SUBMISSION, BUT ONLY FOR ONE WEEK AFTER THE ASSIGNED DUE DATES AND WILL BE ASSESSED A FULL GRADE DEDUCTION. PLEASE USE BOTH A TITLE PAGE AND A WORKS CITED PAGE (NEITHER OF THESE PAGES COUNT TOWARD YOUR 3-4 PAGES OF TEXT). THESE 3 REPORTS WILL COUNT AS A COMBINED 30% TOWARD YOUR FINAL GRADE. IN YOUR WORKS CITED PAGE, COMPOSE YOUR ARTICLE ENTRY IN A FORMAT LIKE THIS:

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NIDIA BAUTISTA, “JUSTICE FOR LESVY: INDIFFERENCE AND OUTRAGE IN RESPONSE TO GENDER VIOLENCE IN MEXICO CITY,” NACLA REPORT ON THE AMERICAS WEBSITE (JULY 31, 2017).
IN TERMS OF THE CONTENT OF EACH REPORT, I AM LOOKING FOR TWO MAIN POINTS OF DISCUSSION. FIRST, YOU SHOULD DEVOTE THE FIRST HALF OF THE REPORT TO A SUMMARY OF THE MAIN POINTS IN THE ARTICLE THAT YOU SELECTED. TO HELP YOU TO ADDRESS THIS ISSUE, CONSIDER SOME OF THESE QUESTIONS: WHAT IS THE MAIN ISSUE BEING DISCUSSED? (I.E. IMMIGRATION, ELECTIONS, EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT, WOMEN’S ISSUES, CRIME, ETC.) WHO ARE THE MAIN PERSONALITIES MENTIONED IN THE ARTICLE? (I.E. ENRIQUE PEÑA NIETO, ANDRES MANUEL LOPEZ OBRADOR, PRESIDENT TRUMP, ETC.) HOW DOES THE ISSUE AFFECT THE PEOPLE OF THE COUNTRY MENTIONED IN THE ARTICLE? DOES THE ISSUE HAVE ANY CONNECTION WITH UNITED STATES INTERESTS? WHAT DO YOU THINK COULD BE THE BEST SOLUTION TO RESOLVE THIS PROBLEM?
AND FOR THE SECOND POINT OF DISCUSSION, PLEASE ANALYZE THE ARTICLE THAT YOU SELECTED AND PRESENT YOUR POINT OF VIEW ON THE STORY. FOR EXAMPLE, HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THE STORY? HOW DID THIS ARTICLE CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR UNDERSTANDING ABOUT MODERN LATIN AMERICA? AND WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE AUTHOR’S PERSPECTIVE ON THE ARTICLE? HOW DOES THIS TOPIC RELATE TO CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL, ECONOMIC OR CULTURAL THEMES IN THE UNITED STATES TODAY?
HERE IS A LIST OF ARTICLES FROM THE NACLA WEBSITE PERTAINING TO REGIONS FOR THE JULY 3 DUE DATE. EVERYBODY, JUST PICK ANY ONE ARTICLE FROM THIS LIST FOR YOUR JULY 6 REVIEW. YOU WILL REPEAT THE SAME PROCESS FOR YOUR REVIEW ON A SOUTH AMERICAN NATION. THESE ARTICLES RANGE IN DATE FROM FEBRUARY 2019 TO APRIL 2020. FOR THIS LIST, I’M GOING IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY NATION:
BARBUDA:
AFTER IRMA, DISASTER CAPITALISM THREATENS CULTURAL HERITAGE IN BARBUDA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
CUBA:
A SHIP ADRIFT: CUBA AFTER THE PINK TIDE (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
ON SOVEREIGNTIES AND SOLIDARITIES (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
WHY TRUMP’S CUBA POLICY IS SO WRONG (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC:
CHECKPOINT NATION (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
POST-ELECTORAL CRISIS IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (INTERVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE RIGHT’S CONTINUED DOMINANCE IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
EL SALVADOR:
100 DAYS OF NAYIB BUKELE IN EL SALVADOR: SOCIAL MOVEMENT PERSPECTIVES (INTERVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
CONFRONTING INTERNAL FORCED DISPLACEMENT IN EL SALVADOR (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
DEATH BY DEPORTATION, WITH HELP FROM THE HUMAN RIGHTS ESTABLISHMENT (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
DEPORTATION CONTAGIONS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
EL BUKELAZO: SHADES OF DICTATORSHIP IN EL SALVADOR (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
EL SALVADOR’S BACKSLIDE (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE HOLLYWOOD KID: THE VIOLENT LIFE AND VIOLENT DEATH OF AN MS-13 HITMAN (BOOK REVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
GUATEMALA:
A DISPATCH FROM THE CARAVAN (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
A VICTORY FOR GUATEMALA’S PACTO DE CORRUPTOS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
DEFENDING CONSULTATION: INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE AGAINST THE ESCOBAL MINE IN GUATEMALA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
DEMOCRACY IN CRISIS IN GUATEMALA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
GUATEMALA: IMPUNITY FOR WAR CRIMINALS, AGAIN (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
“HISTORY MOVES FORWARD. YOU CANNOT GO BACK:” AN INTERVIEW WITH JUDGE YASSMÍN BARRIOS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
IN GUATEMALA, FINDING A VOICE IN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY RADIO (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
IN GUATEMALA, OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE OLDER (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
IS GUATEMALA A “SAFE THIRD COUNTRY” FOR DISPOSABLE PEOPLE? (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
SEX WORKERS UNIONIZE IN GUATEMALA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
TALKING LIKE A MINING COMPANY: THE ESCOBAL MINE IN GUATEMALA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
HAITI:
A YOUNG DUVALIER AND HAITI’S UNREMEMBERED PAST (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
BUILDING CORRUPTION IN HAITI (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
HAITI AT THE CROSSROADS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
SHOOTING AT HAITIAN PARLIAMENT SURPRISES FEW AS ANTI-GOVERNMENT PROTESTS CONTINUE (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
HONDURAS:
HONDURAS A DECADE AFTER THE COUP: AN INTERVIEW WITH LUIS MÉNDEZ (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
ON HONDURAS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
POLITICAL PRISONERS RELEASED AS GOVERNMENT’S LEGITIMACY CRUMBLES IN HONDURAS (INTERVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE FLAME OF OPPOSITION IN HONDURAS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE ROOTS OF THE NATIONAL STRIKE IN HONDURAS: AN INTERVIEW WITH BAYRON RODRÍGUEZ PINEDA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE STAIN THAT MARDI GRAS COVERS UP: WORKER VULNERABILITY IN NEW ORLEANS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
U.S. VIOLENCE PREVENTION IN HONDURAS: HELP OR HYPOCRISY? (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
JAMAICA:
RETHINKING SARGASSUM SEAWEED: COULD IT BE THE NEW NORMAL IN JAMAICA? (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
MEXICO/THE BORDER/US IMMIGRATION:
A LABOR SPRING FOR MEXICO’S MAQUILAS? (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
“A PROJECT FOR LIFE” IN MEXICO CITY (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
ABOLISH ICE! FIGHTING FOR HUMANITY OVER PROFIT IN IMMIGRATION POLICY (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
AMLO’S CRUMBLING PROMISE TO MIGRANTS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
BORDER SHUTDOWNS: STATE VIOLENCE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE PERFORMED (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
BLURRING THE DIVISION BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE IN AMLO’S MEXICO (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
CLOUDS AT THE BORDER: THREATENED BY THE WALL (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
EL CHAPO AND MEXICO’S DRUG WAR SPECTACLE (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
FOR MEXICO’S STRIKING UNIVERSITY WORKERS, A WAR OF ATTRITION OVER PUBLIC EDUCATION (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
“GREEN TIDE” REACHES MEXICO AS OAXACA DECRIMINALIZES ABORTION (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
IN MEXICO, THE THREATS AND FAILURES OF PRE-TRIAL DETENTION (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
JULIÁN LEYZAOLA’S DANGEROUS PLANS FOR TIJUANA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
LIFE AND RESISTANCE FOR MIGRANT FAMILIES IN THE RIO GRANDE (BOOK REVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
LÓPEZ OBRADOR’S PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
MACHISTA MEDIA GET IT WRONG ON FEMINIST PROTESTS IN MEXICO (INTERVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
MAQUILADORAS AND THE EXPLOITATION OF MIGRANTS ON THE BORDER (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
MEXICAN WOMEN CALL ON GOVERNMENT TO END VIOLENCE (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
MINING CULTURE WARS ESCALATE IN OAXACA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
NARCOS MEXICO IS NOT THE EDUCATION WE NEED (TELEVISION REVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
ON THE COAST OF OAXACA, AFRO AND INDIGENOUS TRIBES FIGHT FOR WATER AUTONOMY (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
ON THE FRONT LINES OF TRUMP’S IMMIGRATION WAR IN THE U.S. HEARTLAND (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
REDUCING MIGRANTS’ LIVES TO ONE GRISLY PHOTOGRAPH (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
REVISITING THE BATTLE OF CULIACÁN (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE CASE FOR NUANCE IN IMMIGRANT STORIES (BOOK REVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE DEADLY REVERBERATIONS OF U.S. BORDER POLICY (BOOK REVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE LEGACY OF SAMIR FLORES, ONE YEAR LATER (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE REBIRTH OF MEXICO’S ELECTRICAL WORKERS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE SEARCH FOR ANSWERS IN MEXICO (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THEY ARE CONCENTRATION CAMPS—AND THEY ARE ALSO PRISONS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
TODAY WE PROTEST, TOMORROW WE STRIKE (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
TRANSLATING THE FOURTH TRANSFORMATION (INTERVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY BATTLEFIELDS (BOOK EXCERPT) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
“WHAT BETTER FUNCTION FOR ART AT THIS TIME THAN AS A VOICE FOR THE VOICELESS”: THE WORK OF CHICANO ARTIST MALAQUÍAS MONTOYA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
NICARAGUA:
THE ANTI-SANDINISTA YOUTH OF NICARAGUA (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE SANDINISTA LABOR PARADOX (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE YOUTH LEADING NICARAGUA’S UPRISING, ONE YEAR LATER (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
PUERTO RICO:
ADJUNCT FACULTY IN AN ADJUNCT COUNTRY (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
DOING REGGAETÓN HOWEVER HE WANTS: BAD BUNNY’S YHLQMDLG (MUSIC REVIEW) (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
POLICING IS THE CRISIS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
PUERTO RICAN PEOPLE’S ASSEMBLIES SHIFT FROM PROTEST TO PROPOSAL (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
PUERTO RICO’S SEISMIC SHOCKS (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
STEP BY POWERFUL STEP, CITIZENS LEAD PUERTO RICO INTO ITS SOLAR FUTURE (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE ANTI-CORRUPTION CODE FOR THE NEW PUERTO RICO (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE PROTESTS IN PUERTO RICO ARE ABOUT LIFE AND DEATH (LINKS TO AN EXTERNAL SITE.)
THE SUMMER 2019 UPRISING: BUILDING A NEW PUERTO RICOHISTORY 115—SECTION 5584
Summer session 2020
Professor Oscar Cañedo
Guidelines for NACLA assignment #1
For this assignment, you are to read current news articles about Latin America from the website for the North American Congress of Latin America (NACLA) and submit three short reviews during the semester. Please submit one review per due date. Each review is to be at least 3-4 pages and each due date corresponds to a regional topic in Latin America. The due dates for these reports are July 6 and 17. Here are the regional topics corresponding to each due date:
July 6: Mexico, the Caribbean(Cuba, Haiti, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, etc.), and Central America (Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Nicaragua, and Belize).
July 17: South America (Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Venezuela)
Please submit your reports through Canvas in either of the following formats: doc, docx or PDF (if you are using Apple Pages to compose your review, please be sure to convert your paper to docx or PDF before submitting it). Late papers will be accepted for each submission, but only for one week after the assigned due dates and will be assessed a full grade deduction. Please use both a title page and a works cited page (neither of these pages count toward your 3-4 pages of text). These 3 reports will count as a combined 30% toward your final grade. In your works cited page, compose your article entry in a format like this:
Nidia Bautista, “Justice for Lesvy: Indifference and Outrage in Response to Gender Violence in Mexico City,” NACLA Report on the Americas website (July 31, 2017).
In terms of the content of each report, I am looking for two main points of discussion. First, you should devote the first half of the report to a summary of the main points in the article that you selected. To help you to address this issue, consider some of these questions: What is the main issue being discussed? (i.e. immigration, elections, education, environment, women’s issues, crime, etc.) Who are the main personalities mentioned in the article? (i.e. Enrique Peña Nieto, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, President Trump, etc.) How does the issue affect the people of the country mentioned in the article? Does the issue have any connection with United States interests? What do you think could be the best solution to resolve this problem?
And for the second point of discussion, please analyze the article that you selected and present your point of view on the story. For example, how do you feel about the story? How did this article contribute to your understanding about modern Latin America? And what do you think about the author’s perspective on the article? How does this topic relate to contemporary political, economic or cultural themes in the United States today?
Here is a list of articles from the NACLA website pertaining to regions for the July 3 due date. Everybody, just pick any one article from this list for your July 6 review. You will repeat the same process for your review on a South American nation. These articles range in date from February 2019 to April 2020. For this list, I’m going in alphabetical order by nation:
Barbuda:
After Irma, Disaster Capitalism Threatens Cultural Heritage in Barbuda (Links to an external site.)
Cuba:
A Ship Adrift: Cuba After the Pink Tide (Links to an external site.)
On Sovereignties and Solidarities (Links to an external site.)
Why Trump’s Cuba Policy is So Wrong (Links to an external site.)
Dominican Republic:
Checkpoint Nation (Links to an external site.)
Post-Electoral Crisis in the Dominican Republic (Interview) (Links to an external site.)
The Right’s Continued Dominance in the Dominican Republic (Links to an external site.)
El Salvador:
100 Days of Nayib Bukele in El Salvador: Social Movement Perspectives (Interview) (Links to an external site.)
Confronting Internal Forced Displacement in El Salvador (Links to an external site.)
Death by Deportation, With Help From the Human Rights Establishment (Links to an external site.)
Deportation Contagions (Links to an external site.)
El Bukelazo: Shades of Dictatorship in El Salvador (Links to an external site.)
El Salvador’s Backslide (Links to an external site.)
The Hollywood Kid: The Violent Life and Violent Death of an MS-13 Hitman (Book Review) (Links to an external site.)
Guatemala:
A Dispatch From the Caravan (Links to an external site.)
A Victory for Guatemala’s Pacto de Corruptos (Links to an external site.)
Defending Consultation: Indigenous Resistance Against the Escobal Mine in Guatemala (Links to an external site.)
Democracy in Crisis in Guatemala (Links to an external site.)
Guatemala: Impunity for War Criminals, Again (Links to an external site.)
“History Moves Forward. You Cannot Go Back:” An Interview with Judge Yassmín Barrios (Links to an external site.)
In Guatemala, Finding a Voice in Indigenous Community Radio (Links to an external site.)
In Guatemala, Out with the Old, In with the Older (Links to an external site.)
Is Guatemala a “Safe Third Country” for Disposable People? (Links to an external site.)
Sex Workers Unionize in Guatemala (Links to an external site.)
Talking Like a Mining Company: The Escobal Mine in Guatemala (Links to an external site.)
Haiti:
A Young Duvalier and Haiti’s Unremembered Past (Links to an external site.)
Building Corruption in Haiti (Links to an external site.)
Haiti at the Crossroads (Links to an external site.)
Shooting at Haitian Parliament Surprises Few as Anti-Government Protests Continue (Links to an external site.)
Honduras:
Honduras a Decade after the Coup: An Interview with Luis Méndez (Links to an external site.)
On Honduras (Links to an external site.)
Political Prisoners Released as Government’s Legitimacy Crumbles in Honduras (Interview) (Links to an external site.)
The Flame of Opposition in Honduras (Links to an external site.)
The Roots of the National Strike in Honduras: An Interview with Bayron Rodríguez Pineda (Links to an external site.)
The Stain that Mardi Gras Covers Up: Worker Vulnerability in New Orleans (Links to an external site.)
U.S. Violence Prevention in Honduras: Help or Hypocrisy? (Links to an external site.)
Jamaica:
Rethinking Sargassum Seaweed: Could It Be the New Normal in Jamaica? (Links to an external site.)
Mexico/the Border/US Immigration:
A Labor Spring for Mexico’s Maquilas? (Links to an external site.)
“A Project for Life” in Mexico City (Links to an external site.)
Abolish ICE! Fighting for Humanity over Profit in Immigration Policy (Links to an external site.)
AMLO’s Crumbling Promise to Migrants (Links to an external site.)
Border Shutdowns: State Violence and Psychological Warfare Performed (Links to an external site.)
Blurring the Division Between Church and State in AMLO’s Mexico (Links to an external site.)
Clouds at the Border: Threatened by the Wall (Links to an external site.)
El Chapo and Mexico’s Drug War Spectacle (Links to an external site.)
For Mexico’s Striking University Workers, A War of Attrition Over Public Education (Links to an external site.)
“Green Tide” Reaches Mexico as Oaxaca Decriminalizes Abortion (Links to an external site.)
In Mexico, the Threats and Failures of Pre-Trial Detention (Links to an external site.)
Julián Leyzaola’s Dangerous Plans for Tijuana (Links to an external site.)
Life and Resistance for Migrant Families in the Rio Grande (Book Review) (Links to an external site.)
López Obrador’s Public Enemy Number One (Links to an external site.)
Machista Media Get it Wrong on Feminist Protests in Mexico (Interview) (Links to an external site.)
Maquiladoras and the Exploitation of Migrants on the Border (Links to an external site.)
Mexican Women Call on Government to End Violence (Links to an external site.)
Mining Culture Wars Escalate in Oaxaca (Links to an external site.)
Narcos Mexico Is Not the Education We Need (Television Review) (Links to an external site.)
On the Coast of Oaxaca, Afro and Indigenous Tribes Fight for Water Autonomy (Links to an external site.)
On the Front Lines of Trump’s Immigration War in the U.S. Heartland (Links to an external site.)
Reducing Migrants’ Lives to One Grisly Photograph (Links to an external site.)
Revisiting the Battle of Culiacán (Links to an external site.)
The Case for Nuance in Immigrant Stories (Book Review) (Links to an external site.)
The Deadly Reverberations of U.S. Border Policy (Book Review) (Links to an external site.)
The Legacy of Samir Flores, One Year Later (Links to an external site.)
The Rebirth of Mexico’s Electrical Workers (Links to an external site.)
The Search for Answers in Mexico (Links to an external site.)
They Are Concentration Camps—and They Are Also Prisons (Links to an external site.)
Today We Protest, Tomorrow We Strike (Links to an external site.)
Translating the Fourth Transformation (Interview) (Links to an external site.)
Twenty-First Century Battlefields (Book Excerpt) (Links to an external site.)
“What better function for art at this time than as a voice for the voiceless”: The Work of Chicano Artist Malaquías Montoya (Links to an external site.)
Nicaragua:
The Anti-Sandinista Youth of Nicaragua (Links to an external site.)
The Sandinista Labor Paradox (Links to an external site.)
The Youth Leading Nicaragua’s Uprising, One Year Later (Links to an external site.)
Puerto Rico:
Adjunct Faculty in an Adjunct Country (Links to an external site.)
Doing Reggaetón However He Wants: Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG (Music Review) (Links to an external site.)
Policing is the Crisis (Links to an external site.)
Puerto Rican People’s Assemblies Shift from Protest to Proposal (Links to an external site.)
Puerto Rico’s Seismic Shocks (Links to an external site.)
Step by Powerful Step, Citizens Lead Puerto Rico into Its Solar Future (Links to an external site.)
The Anti-Corruption Code for the New Puerto Rico (Links to an external site.)
The Protests in Puerto Rico Are About Life and Death (Links to an external site.)
The Summer 2019 Uprising: Building a New Puerto Rico

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