Monthly Archives: August 2011
Crazy Mexican Border Politics Since September 11, 2001 by Elvia Rosales Arriola State Defiance of Federal Border Control On April 23, 2010 Governor Jan Brewer signed a law passed by the Arizona legislature enabling police officers to demand proof of citizenship to a person they have reason to suspect is in Continue Reading
THE FEMINIZATION OF MIGRATION: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY BIBLIOGRAPHY Subtopics: Law and Policy, Political Science, History, Gender and Women’s Studies, Sociology, Anthropology, as well as General Works on Domestic Work, Sex Industry, Health/Reproductive Rights and Education [If you would like to contribute a source to this list, contact the Editor at: email@example.com] Helen Ralston, Resisting Discrimination: Continue Reading
Flyer announcement by delegation organizers, Austin Tan Cerca de la Frontera (ATCF). Travel is for a three-day weekend beginning with an orientation session the Thursday night before departure on a Friday morning, from Austin, Texas. Click here for more information on delegations to the Mexican border.