BorderLines: A Conversation with Monica Villarreal
border fence /wall / Border Indigenous alliances / Border Patrol / Uncategorized

BorderLines: A Conversation with Monica Villarreal

Cuerpos fronterizos [border bodies] meet the escaping footprints of resilient immigrant workers chasing dreams in the land commonly known for its nightmares. Border Patrol’s trucks, U.S. military’s guns, and exuberant security systems now embellish the land once referred as, “Mexican once…Indian always.” The stories told by immigrant crossings and militarized territories suffuse and define the … Continue reading

Responses Press Release: CERD and the Impact of the Texas-Mexico Border Wall on Indigenous Communities of the Border Region
"BACK TO THE WALL" / Apaches / Border Indigenous alliances

Responses Press Release: CERD and the Impact of the Texas-Mexico Border Wall on Indigenous Communities of the Border Region

Contacts: Margo Tamez margo.tamez@ubc.ca Ariel Dulitzky (512) 529-6520 ADulitzky@law.utexas.edu Press Release – For Immediate Release UN CERD Expresses Concern over US-Texas Border Wall Discriminatory Impact on Indigenous Peoples Addresses US Government Need to Comply with Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination Brownsville, Texas – March 25, 2013 – The U.N. Committee on … Continue reading

Border Indigenous alliances / lipan apache women defense / O'odham Solidarity Across Borders Collective / SB1070 / Settler Colonialism

O’odham Solidarity Across Borders Collective: Indigenous Perspectives & Principles on Arizona SB 1070

On Tuesday, April 27, 2010, the O’odham Solidarity Across Borders Collective (OSABC) provided critical and incisive analysis about SB 1070 from Indigenous Peoples impacted directly. A youth movement with tangible roots connected to the larger human rights and Indigenous rights social movements across the U.S.-Mexico border region led by Native American and Pueblos Indigenas, OSABC … Continue reading