Monthly Archives: May 2011

TEACH-IN ON ISLAMOPHOBIA: BETWEEN THE WAR ON TERROR AND ARAB REVOLUTION

TEACH-IN ON ISLAMOPHOBIA: BETWEEN THE WAR ON TERROR AND ARAB REVOLUTION Speakers: Snehal Shingavi, English and South Asian Studies, UT Austin Zahra Billoo, Council on American-Islamic Relations                                                                                                       Wednesday, June 1 6 p.m. Kresge Townhall Snehal Shingavi is Assistant Professor … Continue reading

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We’re Not from liberty island

Immigration is the regulation of human bodies by the nation-state. The border is a political project that not only creates the “other,” but also creates a false perception that an invisible line made by wealthy White men is indeed real. … Continue reading

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Life is a Polyamorous Figure

I can almost assure you That every activist has come across the question, “What the hell am I doing?” But I don’t want to make an assumption for everyone So let me try again. I am an individual active in … Continue reading

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A Call to Unite Broken Identities Through Self Reflection

Chicana. Latina. Mestiza. Mexicana. Gringa. Indígena. Escocés. Un poco de todo, un poco de nada. Broken español. Mixed identity Confused personality Don’t categorize me, don’t make assumptions. My exterior tells you nothing. You don’t know me, y no me entiendes. … Continue reading

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More Vandalism!?!? What’s the Solution? Another Email!!!!

Racist vandalism apparently is not a priority or an important concern to UCSC administration. Unfortunately it seems that there is often discriminatory messages being written on the walls around this campus; yet, it seems that the only solution that administrators … Continue reading

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The following is an article included in the City on a Hill Press, a student-run newspaper at UCSC, discussing the mistreatment of Native American artifacts and burial remains: Sweeping a People’s Past Under the Rug The UC continues government crimes … Continue reading

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Please support “Mosquita y Mari”

This email was sent to us by Susy Zepeda today. It is a great project and we hope you all give it support!  Thank you! Dear Campus Community: I am writing to you today to see if you would be … Continue reading

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