Tag: Immigration

Rise Against the Machine: Interview with Adam Goodman

The rampant spread of coronavirus throughout the United States has illuminated undocumented migrants’ role as essential workers as well as […]

Yemeni Farm Workers and the Politics of Arab Nationalism in the UFW

Neama Alamri Growing up in the Central Valley, the history of the United Farm Workers (UFW) and Cesar Chavez loomed […]

The Politics of Living and Dying

Rachel Grace Newman Lupe Gómez migrated to California from a small town in Zacatecas, Mexico when he was very young. […]

Eating Thirty in Fresno: Finding Home at Hmong New Year

Lisa Lee Herrick It starts in October with a whisper of smoke and silver tintinnabulations, with sequins flashing winter sun […]

In Search of Home: Cherríe Moraga’s Native Country of the Heart

Sandra Ruiz In the opening line of her memoir’s prologue, Native Country of the Heart: A Memoir (Farrar, Straus, and […]

We are our own Multitude: Los Angeles’ Black Panamanian Community

With “Postcards,” creative non-fiction stories grounded in place, we aspire to create a new cartography of California. For us, literature […]

Welcome Children

Stories of Escape and a Land After History

Field of Dreams

Migrant Futboleros in Greater Mexico

Not Quite in California

Living in Louisiana, Longing for Little Saigon

Establishing Social and Political Identity in a New Land

Vietnamese American Communities and Confidence-Building for Students from Vietnam