Tag: Immigration

People

Juan Felipe Herrera listen to the voice of the people install the voice of the people paste the voice of […]

Touch the Earth (once again)

Juan Felipe Herrera This is what we do: this is what the worker does: this is what the cotton truck […]

California Dreaming? The Integration of Immigrants into American Society

Kevin R. Johnson Immigrants, including undocumented immigrants, are unquestionably members of our communities across the United States. Currently, roughly eleven […]

Regarding the Documents

Scanning the Mythology of ‘Documented’ California

Undocumented Californians and the Future of the Golden State

Manuel Pastor It’s probably no exaggeration to say that the U.S. has just been through its Prop 187 moment. Like […]

Undocumented California: An Evening of Readings and Music

Gather with us Thursday 5 October in Tijuana at Cine Tonalá for an evening of friendship, readings, and music, entering […]

Danza de Los Superhéroes: Zapotec Immigrant Tradition in Transnational Transfer

Leopoldo Peña Just west of downtown Los Angeles, in a derelict American Craftsman house, a group of Zapotec immigrants from […]

Seeing Through Murals: The Future of Latino San Francisco

Lori A. Flores In 1964, British sociologist Ruth Glass coined the term “gentrification” in her study of young creative professionals […]