The Border Wall is not just a dividing line-it’s a monument against racial progress | The Guardian

In April I contributed a piece to the Antiracism and America series, a collaboration between the Guardian and American University’s Antiracist Research and Policy Center. In the piece,  I explore the U.S.-Mexico border as a solution, not a problematic site, and challenge to the nation’s long history of white supremacy. In the popular imagination and political […]

In the name of National Security_a special 9/11 report

published in El Diario/La Prensa September 7 2011 as part of a special 9/11 series The 2001 attacks carved a deep gash into Lower Manhattan, and scarred the minds of New Yorkers with memories of the collapsing Twin Towers that left 2,753 people dead. Ten years later, the nation can count two wars and a […]