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|ISBN:||9780807001615 0807001619 9780807061213 0807061212|
|Description:||xv, 309 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||From Perote to Tar Heel. Pushing people out of Veracruz --
Smithfield goes to Mexico --
And Veracruz migrants come to the United States --
The union campaign in Tar Heel --
Demands for change, on both sides of the border --
A union for tobacco workers --
Narrative one: You don't need to be a doctor or scientist to smell the stench: the story of Fausto Limon --
Narrative two: We're here because of the economic crisis: the story of David Ceja and Guadalupe Marroquin --
Cursed by gold or blessed by corn. Communities resist Canadian mining companies --
Killings in San Jose del Progreso --
Oaxacans debate poverty and migration --
A government committed to the right to not migrate? --
Can the Triquis go home? --
Narrative three: If we don't attack the roots of migration, it will continue to grow: the story of Rufino Dominguez --
Narrative four: We want to talk about the right to stay home: the story of Aldo Gonzalez --
The right to a union means the right to stay home. Mexican miners resist repression and poverty --
Labor law reform a boss could love --
Calderon goes to war with the SME --
Migration and cross-border labor solidarity --
Narrative five: We're fighting for our right to keep on living in Cananea: the story of Jacinto Martinez --
Narrative six: No matter what the result, we will continue to resist: the story of Humberto Montes de Oca --
Defending the human rights of migrants. Special courtrooms for immigrants --
Bush ties workplace raids to immigration reform --
Myths and realities of enforcement --
Mississippi resists political raids and anti-immigrant bills --
Utah's immigration bills: a blast from the past --
Narrative seven: They pay us a wage that barely allows us to make a living: the story of Lucrecia Camacho --
Narrative eight: We made them millions of dollars: the story of Lupe Chavez --
Fighting the firings. Mass firings: the Obama administration's workplace enforcement policy --
The firings spread, along with resistance --
Protest tactics cross the border --
Marching away from the Cold War --
Narrative nine: This law is very unjust: the story of Teresa Mina --
Narrative ten: When we speak you hear a roar: the story of Keith Ludlum and Terry Slaughter --
Human beings or just workers? How do you say justice in Mixteco? --
Something less than citizens --
Enforcing labor rights for border crossers --
Canada's "model" guest worker program --
The pitfalls of regulating guest worker programs --
Narrative eleven: The future doesn't exist for us here: the story of Miguel Huerta --
The right not to migrate and radical reform. Challenging the Washington, DC, consensus --
The right to not migrate is a social movement.
- Mexico -- Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects.
- Mexico -- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
- Mexico -- Commercial policy.
- Forced migration -- Mexico.
- Poverty -- Mexico.
- Foreign workers -- United States.
- Immigrants -- United States.
- Commercial policy.
- Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects.
- Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
- Forced migration.
- Foreign workers.
- United States.