FOR THE LATINX RESEARCH CENTER, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
Revista N’oj is the new online publication of The Latinx Research Center (formerly the Center for Latino Policy Research) at The University of California, Berkeley. As part of an interdisciplinary and transAmericas research center, this project seeks to support and showcase the critical and creative work of writers, poets, performers and other artists offering perspectives on topical issues rarely covered in mainstream outlets.
We, at Revista N’oj, are here to provide a platform for intersectional, feminist, anti-racist, and decolonial analyses and debates on the politics and culture of our time. Our inspiration comes from the presence and persistence of indigenous cosmologies and knowledge production originating outside of Westernized, Eurocentric world-views. We are motivated by the wide-range of thought and creativity demonstrated by indigenous, black, and afro-indigenous social movements of the Americas. We seek to publish the opinions and voices of writers, artists, and activists whose work highlight these struggles and further decolonial and anti-racist organizing on the ground. We are committed to the role of the engaged public intellectual and are dedicated to making decolonial research, theory and praxis accessible and relevant to the broad Latinx community.
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