Jorge Majfud

Jorge Majfud

Jorge Majfud is a Uruguayan American writer and an associate professor at Jacksonville University.

Articles by this author

Immigrants not only don’t vote but likewise their economic power and ability to shape the media narrative are irrelevant. (Photo: Erik McGregor/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images) Views
Thursday, August 15, 2019
Why the Government’s Hunt for the Migrant Poor Is a Perfect Distraction From the Real Problems of Our Time
In June of 2019, President Donald Trump announced the scheduling of raids for hunting down illegal immigrants in the 10 biggest cities in the United States, which commenced on July 14. The fact that big cities were selected rather than big farms, which are unable to gather their harvests without...
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Sunday, October 21, 2018
Brazil: The Eternal Country of the Future Trapped in Its Colonial Past
Days before the elections in Brazil, a young Brazilian approached me and said, "God willing, Bolsonaro to win. He is a military man and will end corruption.” I did not want to answer. I esteem this boy as a good person, maybe too young to be anything else. But these two brief sentences summed up several volumes of Latin American history to its present.
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