Interview Synopsis: The following interview is an interview with Alexander Huezo, a professor of Ethnic Studies who currently teaches at UC, San Diego. Prior to his time at UC, San Diego, Professor Huezo worked as an educator for high schools in the Oakland Unified School District for about 10 years and eventually went on to apply for and get accepted into the Latin American Studies Masters program at UC, San Diego. After completing his Masters program in San Diego, Mr. Huezo attended UCLA to receive his masters in Latin American Studies and later earned a PhD in geography from Florida International University. This interview coversRead More →

A collection of letters written by Venezuelan detained migrants covering the topics of their life in Venezuela, conflict, their detained experience, and their collaboration with Detainee Allies. These letters were written by six people whose identities are kept anonymous, known only by their initials: E. L., S. G., A. R., M. W., and M. R. These writers come from diverse backgrounds, but share similar experiences throughout their journey, fleeing from many called the worst humanitarian, economic, and political crisis in Venezuela. Due to the sensitivity of their detained situation, not much is known of them other than what is written. With rising corruption and resistanceRead More →

A collection of letters written by Venezuelan detained migrants covering the topics of their life in Venezuela, conflict, their detained experience, and their collaboration with Detainee Allies. These letters were written by six people whose identities are kept anonymous, known only by their initials: E. L., S. G., A. R., M. W., and M. R. With rising corruption and resistance throughout Venezuela caused by various political and economic factors, these letters portray the injustices they fled, only to be met by another at the US-MX border. Many recall what is considered the ‘worst humanitarian crisis in the history of Venezuela,’ telling of physical abuse, foodRead More →