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Migrating Capital, Migrating People

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by David Van Arsdale

I’ve had the privilege of taking Onondaga Community College students to Mexico annually over the last five years on a study abroad program focused on history and social and economic development. Given the disproportionate news coverage here in the US of Mexico’s “drug war,” students are consistently shocked by the high levels of safety, civility and cultural richness they experience in Mexican municipalities.

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An Interview with Arely Orozco

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by Ursula Rozum

Editors’ note: According to a February 2013 study by Syracuse University’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), the majority of undocumented immigrants deported have no criminal records. Arely Orozco is an undocumented member of the Syracuse community currently facing deportation. She shares her story with us here.

Ursula Rozum: Why did you decide to come to the United States?

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"Coming Out" as Queer and Undocumented

A New Strategy for the Immigrant and LGBTQ Rights Movements

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Jorge Gutierrez

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At Home at Last: Undocumented and Unafraid

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Aly Wane

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Three Days in the Life of a Migrant Laborer: Part II

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by David Van Arsdale

Three Days in the Life of a Migrant Laborer: Part II

David Van Arsdale

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Young Undocumented Immigrants Come Out, Unafraid edited

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by Aly Wane

Young Undocumented Immigrants Come Out, Unafraid

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Three Days in the Life of a Migrant Laborer:

Day 1

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by David Van Arsdale

Editor’s Note: Labor has been under assault from all sides. Sadly, this has created a false dichotomy between the rights of migrant workers (be they documented or otherwise) and those of US workers. In this investigative piece, David Van Arsdale reveals an economy increasingly dependant on flexible labor, which seems to threaten the security of work for us all. In sharing this experience, we hope to spark a fruitful debate on the potential of solidarity of workers across national boundaries.

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