Eleventh Annual LatCrit Symposium

Foreword

Emerging Latina/o Nation and Anti-Immigrant Backlash
by Sylvia R. Lazos Vargas


Immigration

Introduction: The subordination and Anti-Subordination Story of the U.s. Immigrant Experience in the 21st Century
by Raquel E. Aldana


Bearing Witness To Economic Injustices of Undocumented Immigrant Families: A New Class of “Undeserving” Poor
by Francine J. Lipman


“Bad” Mothers and Spanish-Speaking Caregivers
by Annette R. Appell


The Immigrant Rights Marchers (Las Marchas): Did the “Gigante” (Giant) Wake Up or Does It Still Sleep Tonight
by Sylvia R. Lazos Vargas


Modern-Day Slavery and Cultural Bias: Proposals for Reforming the U.S. Visa System for Victims of International Human Trafficking
by Marisa Silenzi Cianciarulo


Silenced Struggles: The Experiences of Latina and Latino Undocumented College Students in California
by Lindsay Perez Huber and Maria C. Malagon


Be Careful What You Ask For: Education Para Todas/os, The Perils and the Power
by Jessica Solyom, Jeremiah Chin, Kristi Ryuijin, Nicol Razon, Thanhtung Thantrong, & X. Yvette Gonzalez


Language

Introduction: Old Hate in New Bottles: Privatizing, Localizing, and Bundling Anti-Spanish and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment in the 21st Century
by Steven W. Bender

Immigration and Language Rights: The Evolution of Private Racist Attitudes into American Public Law and Policy
by Lupe S. Salinas


The Democratic Right to Full Bilingual Education
by Thomas Kleven


The Less Than Fair Employment Practice of an English-Only Rule in the Workplace
by L. Darnell Weeden


Lecture

Second Annual Culp LatCrit Lecture – The Constitution of Terror: Big Lies, Backlash Jurisprudence, and the Rule of Law in the United States Today
by Francisco Valdes


Afterword

The Race Question in LatCrit Theory and Asian American Jurisprudence
by Robert S. Chang and Neil Gotanda