The large-scale direction of immigration policy is dictated much more by economic conditions and the necessities of the ruling class for cheap manual labor than by what’s democratic, logical or humane.
Por Lic. Sabrina Iacobellis, Lic. Esteban Unamuno, Lic. Noelia MayorUniversidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche (UNAJ)Buenos Aires, Argentina El presente escrito recoge líneas de investigación que venimos trabajando hace varios años, las […]
by Tim W. ShenkCommittee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) Based on a talk given to leaders of the New York State Poor People’s Campaign, February 24, 2021. While the pandemic […]
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by Tim W. ShenkCommittee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) I am sitting under Tia Tere’s Christmas tree,her first apartment in this, our new world:my sisters by my side,I wear a […]
Desigualdades sociales en tiempos de coronavirus: desafíos de la democratización de la Educación Superior en Argentina en el contexto pandémico. El caso de la Universidad Nacional Arturo Jauretche. Por Prof. […]
By Tim W. ShenkCommittee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) The Tlatelolco massacre of October 2, 1968 in Mexico City shaped a generation across Latin America. We may look back to […]
by Tim W. Shenk CUSLAR Coordinator CUSLAR was founded in 1965 by Cornell University students and clergy seeking justice after the unjust U.S. military invasion of the Dominican Republic. […]
Por Tim Shenk Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations (CUSLAR) Presentación en el foro virtual, “Oye Mi Gente: Foro Público de la Comunidad Latina de la Campaña de la Gente […]
As the Cubans extend foreign medical aid while also combating the spread of COVID-19 domestically, many are calling for the lifting of sanctions in the name of global solidarity. By […]