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When Nunca Más is Now

When Nunca Más is Now REPORT People rally to protest ICE and deportation raids in Chicago, Illinois, in July 2019. (CHARLES EDWARD MILLER/FLICKR) AngELinA gODOY immigrant rights collapses the boundaries between the domestic and foreign. Effective activist-oriented research is essential to transcending the logics that perpetuate abuses against migrants. he was both willing, and not willing, to speak. retaliation, he might be transferred to a more dan- Her voice quickened when she spoke of her gerous place. S clients, the way they had been taken from As a researcher more accustomed to taking testi- their families, the “black hole” they were trapped in; mony from survivors of state repression in Cold War she rattled off the court decisions the government Latin America than from U.S. immigration attor- cited to justify its actions with evident anger in her neys, this conversation stopped me cold. In 2018, voice. But when, at the end of the conversation, I through documents obtained under the Freedom asked the attorney if I could share what she had of Information Act (FOIA), the research team I lead told me, she paused, took a breath, and then said at the University of Washington Center for Human no. Someone might recognize her client’s http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png NACLA Report on the Americas Taylor & Francis

When Nunca Más is Now

NACLA Report on the Americas , Volume 52 (1): 8 – Jan 2, 2020

When Nunca Más is Now

NACLA Report on the Americas , Volume 52 (1): 8 – Jan 2, 2020

Abstract

REPORT People rally to protest ICE and deportation raids in Chicago, Illinois, in July 2019. (CHARLES EDWARD MILLER/FLICKR) AngELinA gODOY immigrant rights collapses the boundaries between the domestic and foreign. Effective activist-oriented research is essential to transcending the logics that perpetuate abuses against migrants. he was both willing, and not willing, to speak. retaliation, he might be transferred to a more dan- Her voice quickened when she spoke of her gerous place. S clients, the way they had been taken from As a researcher more accustomed to taking testi- their families, the “black hole” they were trapped in; mony from survivors of state repression in Cold War she rattled off the court decisions the government Latin America than from U.S. immigration attor- cited to justify its actions with evident anger in her neys, this conversation stopped me cold. In 2018, voice. But when, at the end of the conversation, I through documents obtained under the Freedom asked the attorney if I could share what she had of Information Act (FOIA), the research team I lead told me, she paused, took a breath, and then said at the University of Washington Center for Human no. Someone might recognize her client’s

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Taylor & Francis
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© 2020 North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA)
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2471-2620
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1071-4839
DOI
10.1080/10714839.2020.1733235
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Abstract

REPORT People rally to protest ICE and deportation raids in Chicago, Illinois, in July 2019. (CHARLES EDWARD MILLER/FLICKR) AngELinA gODOY immigrant rights collapses the boundaries between the domestic and foreign. Effective activist-oriented research is essential to transcending the logics that perpetuate abuses against migrants. he was both willing, and not willing, to speak. retaliation, he might be transferred to a more dan- Her voice quickened when she spoke of her gerous place. S clients, the way they had been taken from As a researcher more accustomed to taking testi- their families, the “black hole” they were trapped in; mony from survivors of state repression in Cold War she rattled off the court decisions the government Latin America than from U.S. immigration attor- cited to justify its actions with evident anger in her neys, this conversation stopped me cold. In 2018, voice. But when, at the end of the conversation, I through documents obtained under the Freedom asked the attorney if I could share what she had of Information Act (FOIA), the research team I lead told me, she paused, took a breath, and then said at the University of Washington Center for Human no. Someone might recognize her client’s

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NACLA Report on the AmericasTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 2, 2020

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