By Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith,Celestino Fernández,Jessie K. Finch,Araceli Masterson-Algar
The activists, artists, and students integrated during this quantity confront migrant deaths and disappearances within the U.S.-Mexico borderlands as they examine the startling realities of demise, migration, and public coverage. Chapters contact on immigration and the way it really is studied, neighborhood responses to challenge, executive coverage, definitions of citizenship, and the function of the humanities and human expression in line with country violence. jointly the contributions throw a focus at the multivocal, transdisciplinary efforts to deal with the ancient silence surrounding this human tragedy.
Despite various adjustments within the migration strategies and growing to be cognizance to the matter, many of us who try border crossings proceed to vanish and die. This ebook bargains a well timed exploration of the ways in which citizens, students, activists, and artists are responding to this humanitarian quandary on their doorstep.
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Migrant Deaths in the Arizona Desert: La vida no vale nada by Raquel Rubio-Goldsmith,Celestino Fernández,Jessie K. Finch,Araceli Masterson-Algar