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Aviva Chomsky

Aviva Chomsky

Aviva Chomsky’s most recent book is "Undocumented: How Immigration Became Illegal." She is professor of history and coordinator of Latin American studies at Salem State University in Massachusetts.

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Migration Is Not the Crisis

What Washington could really do in Central America.

Aviva Chomsky ·


A Closer Look at Biden's Immigration Plan for Central America

Biden's plan actually promotes an old economic development model that has long benefited U.S. corporations. It also aims to impose a distinctly militarized version of "security" on the people of that region.

Aviva Chomsky ·


Jobs, the Environment, and a Planet in Crisis

Unions vs. Environmentalists or Unions and Environmentalists?

Aviva Chomsky ·


Making Native Americans Strangers in Their Own Land

The DNA industry and the disappearing Indian

Aviva Chomsky ·


Talking Sense About Immigration

On the necessity of rejecting the president's Manichaean worldview

Aviva Chomsky ·


Why "Black Panther" Is Revolutionary, Even Though It Isn’t

Because this film is not just about poverty and it's not just about race: it's about colonialism.

Aviva Chomsky ·


How (Not) to Challenge Racist Violence

"Protesters are eager to expend extraordinary energy denouncing small-scale racist actors. But what about the large-scale racist actors?"

Aviva Chomsky ·


Making Sense of the Deportation Debate

How Bill Clinton and Barack Obama laid the groundwork for Trump’s immigration policies

Aviva Chomsky ·

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