Alexander Aviña Follow 18,030 10,998
Historian of Mexico and Latin America | Profe | @OUPHistory author | @noria_mxac fellow | contributor @fx_newsletter
@dbessner perfect lol
The United States has a longstanding tradition of leadership in international humanitarian response. On #WorldHumanitarianDay, we honor those who work to help the most vulnerable and reaffirm our commitment to humanitarian causes. https://www.state.gov/on-the-occasion-of-world-humanitarian-day-2/
@farfan_cc on @NPR! https://www.npr.org/2022/08/19/1118365567/violence-erupts-in-tijuana-mexico-following-the-arrest-of-a-drug-cartel-leader
Access to reproductive care & abortions has always been extremely difficult for undocumented people—even before Roe was gutted. In Arizona, mass surveillance, militarization, checkpoints & policies that target their livelihoods has long been the reality:
Desde 2015 se reveló que uno de los estudiantes desaparecidos era un militar infiltrado. Por qué Encinas presentó esta información como novedosa?
Pub day for my study of how the framework of the republic as restricted self governance affected subordinate populations in 15C Seville (Muslims, Jews, African descendants) and 16-17 C Lima (Indigenous and African descendants). Social, economic, legal, and digital hist.
#Ayotzinapa: “fue el estado/it was the state” past and present
Mexico’s Undersecretary of Human Rights claims that one of the 43 disappeared Ayotzinapa students was an undercover soldier 😳
🚨#ÚltimaHora | Un militar entre los 43 | Soldado infiltrado murió con los normalistas: Encinas. Los pudieron salvar, dice
@pochogreatermx Trouillot had some thoughts on this: professional historians and “the fixity of pastness”