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Vigilance, Knowledge, and De/colonization

Protesting While Latin@ in the US-Mexico Borderlands

Catherine Whittaker and Eveline Dürr

, mass deportations, and international Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests, Berenice witnessed a particularly unsettling moment in US history. However, much like Black San Diegans, many Latin@s were uniquely prepared for this moment. Against the background

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High-stakes plumbing in the twenty-first century: Fixing the cracks in the academic pipeline for undocumented English Language Learners

Holly Hansen-Thomas and Ludovic A. Sourdot

This article examines the severe educational crisis in the United States regarding the ability of institutions of higher education to recruit, retain and appropriately serve Latin@ English Language Learners (ELLs). In particular, it highlights the plight of undocumented ELLs who attend U.S. high schools and universities, but cannot work upon leaving higher education. This case study aims to describe the story, challenges and successes of one undocumented college graduate. In this study the authors show how cracks in the academic pipeline negatively affect Latin@ ELLs. This article offers specific recommendations to mend these cracks and improve the education opportunities of immigrant ELLs.

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The Power and Productivity of Vigilance Regimes

Ana Ivasiuc, Eveline Dürr, and Catherine Whittaker

expectations of the citizenry regarding state institutions, as well as a form of domopolitics that is both racialized and classed. Finally, Catherine Whittaker and Eveline Dürr's intervention analyzes Latin@s and Chican@s’ vigilance and struggle for a

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Recentering the South in Studies of Migration

Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh

-Hispanic World 1 ( 1 ). Retrieved from . Grosfoguel , Ramón , Nelson Maldonado-Torres , and José David Saldívar . 2016 . “ Latin@s and the ‘Euro-American Menace’: The Decolonization of the U.S. Empire in the