February 2, 2014
Enrique Salvador Rivera

Most critics have failed to recognize the central role of neoliberalism in the Dominican Republic’s wave of anti-Black policies. The law has an underlying fear: the presence of the very Haitian migrants it depends on.

January 27, 2014
Esther Portillo-Gonzales

Before I ever heard "marero," I vividly remember walking home from school in the late 1980s with my older brother and cousins and witnessing the rounding up of youth in our Los Angeles neighborhood.

January 24, 2014
Andrés García

In August 2013, Federal District Court Judge Shira A. Scheindlin ruled that the New York Police Department (NYPD) practice of “stop-and-frisk” is unconstitutional because it violates the civil rights of blacks and Latinos who are disproportionately targets of the program.

January 23, 2014
Andrés Torres

In the mid-1970s the New York media alerted the public to a “Latin Boom” in the big city. Back then it was the salsa craze, the emergence of a new wave of politicians and activists, and the surpassing of the one million threshold in the Latino population.

January 16, 2014
Roger Burbach

In late November, it appeared the right in Latin America might be taking the initiative, but the elections in Venezuela and Chile in December provided new momentum for the left-leaning governments and the ascent of post-neoliberal policies. Over the past decade and a half, the rise of the left has been inextricably tied to the electoral process. 

December 19, 2013
Mario Benedetti
December 19, 2013
Michael J. Bustamonte
December 19, 2013
Naomi Glassman
December 19, 2013
Hobart A. Spalding


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