Fear-based Violence, Justice and Asylum: Crossroads of American Law and the Undocumented Experience”

By Autumn Quezada de Tavarez, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Latin American History Applied Scholarship authorship Roger Williams University Bristol, RI October 2017 Issues related to justice sit at the forefront for Mexican indigenous communities, both historically and most recently with the rise of the drug war (2006 forward) and decades of political corruption. As a …

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