Dispatches from Arizonathe front line of a massive human migrationincluding
the voices of migrants, Border Patrol, ranchers, activists, and others.
"The Death of Josseline is a humane, sensitive, and informative
perspective on a current and controversial topic. It also testifies to
the fastest growing international criminal activity today: body trafficking.
We all must pay attention." Ana Castillo, author of The
A veteran photojournalist explores the human side of globalization
and argues for new ways to think about and legislate around immigration.
"Documents how undocumented workers have become the
world's most exploited workforce
In this richly reported book,
David Bacon makes a powerful case for the centrality of 'illegals'of
all nationalitiesin the global struggle for economic justice."
Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickel and Dimed
This timely and accessible guide debunks the twenty-one biggest myths
and stereotypes in today's immigration debate.
"An indispensable guide to the current debate on immigration. If
you are at all uncertain about how to deal with anti-immigrant arguments,
you will find Chomsky's book a perfect response. She makes her points
with clarity and uses unassailable evidence while offering constructive
short-and long-term solutions." Howard Zinn
Tram Nguyen reveals the human cost of the domestic war on terror and
examines the impact of post9/11 policies on people targeted because
of immigration status, nationality, and religion.
"In this brave and deeply moving book, Tram Nguyen chronicles immigrant
lives caught in a sinister web of suspicion, bigotry and state-sponsored
terror." Mike Davis, author of No One is Illegal
One gutsy team plays the beautiful game with heart, pride, and their
lives on the line, in an extraordinary cross between Friday Night Lights
and Enrique's Journey.
"An unvarnished and moving account of the dreams and despair of
immigrant boys on a high school soccer team who struggle not only in their
quest to win the state championship, but also in their desire to adapt
as strangers in a new land. If you want to understand your new next-door
neighbors, this is the book to read." Sonia Nazario, author
of Enrique's Journey
With controversy over immigrants in our society escalating, and debate
surrounding health-care reform becoming increasingly urgent, Ofri's riveting
stories about her patients could not be more timely.
"Danielle Ofri stands observing at the crossroads of the remarkable
lives that intersect at Bellevue. She is dogged, perceptive, unafraid,
and willing to probe her own motives as well as those of others."
Abraham Verghese, author of Cutting for Stone and My Own