Covid on the Border: Migrants Aren’t Tested on Arrival in U.S.

Covid on the Border: Migrants Aren’t Tested on Arrival in U.S. The Border Patrol says it has insufficient time and space to conduct coronavirus testing at crowded processing stations. Officials in border cities fear further spread of the virus.     By Frances Robles and Miriam Jordan Published April 28, […]

Decolonizing Aesthetics, a Roundtable Discussion on Art & Praxis

Revista N’oj: Issue No. 2 (December 2020) Decolonial Aesthetics: A Roundtable On Art & Praxis Event was sponsored by the Latinx Research Center at the University of California, Berkeley The panel was moderated by Abraham Ramirez, editor of Revista N’oj. Speakers featured include: Jesus Barraza is an interdisciplinary artist with […]

Central American Caravan for the Disappeared Seeks to Reunite Families

Central American Caravan for the Disappeared Seeks to Reunite Families January 14, 2020 A caravan of Hondurans, Guatemalans, and Nicaraguans, heads north towards Mexico looking for lost and disappeared loved ones. From TheRealNews

Several Caribbean Nations Reject Pompeo’s Visit to Jamaica

Several Caribbean Nations Reject Pompeo’s Visit to Jamaica The Caribbean nations are standing in defiance of Pompeo’s attempts to split up the region and isolate friendly countries. The Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley recently announced that her country was not sending their Foreign Minister to Jamaica in order to attend a […]

call for submissions

submissions   Revista No’j 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, […]

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