Interface volume 13 issue 2

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Editorial
Rising up against institutional racism in the Americas and beyond
Heike Schaumberg, Elisabet Dueholm Rasch, Layla Brown-Vincent (pp. 1 – 17)

Call for papers
Call for papers volume 14 issue 2
Open issue (pp. 18 – 19)

Latin America

Peter Wade and Mónica Moreno Figueroa
Alternative Grammars of Anti-Racism in Latin America
(peer-reviewed article, pp. 20 – 50)

Luana Xavier Pinto Coelho
Law and race in Latin America: Brazil and Peru in an echo of two stories (peer-reviewed article, pp. 51 – 75)

Omar Acha
Las trabajadoras domésticas entre clase, género y jerarquías de color en la Argentina contemporánea
(ES, peer-reviewed article, pp. 76 – 99)

Erika Heredia
Prison and Covid-19 in Argentina through the eyes of Twitter users
(peer-reviewed article, pp. 97 – 113)

Natalia Boffa
Las modalidades del racismo hacia las y los Wichí en el siglo XXI (Chaco salteño, Argentina)
(ES, peer-reviewed article, pp. 114 – 149)

Heike Schaumberg, with Nancy Lopez and anonymous indigenous WhatsApp group
Argentina’s origin myth under fire: Indigenous contestations of naturalised racism
(ES-EN, facilitated discussions and interviews, pp. 150 – 167)

Entrevista Nancy Lopez (ES, mp3 recording)

Anja Habersang
Resisting body-territories – Indigenous women negotiating racism as a pandemic
(peer-reviewed article, pp. 168 – 198)

Elisabet Dueholm Rasch
“Dying of starvation or dying of the virus”. The defense of territory in Latin America in times of COVID-19
(stories of struggle, pp. 199 – 209)

Demetrio Cojtí Cuxil y Elisabet Dueholm Rasch
“El COVID-19 afecta más y agrava la situación de los pueblos indígenas”
(ES, interview, pp. 210 – 221)

US / Canada and beyond

Maya Bhardwaj
Model Minority Allies or Comrades in Solidarity? South Asian American Activism in Summer 2020’s Black Uprisings
(peer-reviewed article, pp. 222 – 245)

California Economists Collective
Why Abolition Now? Reflecting on 2020 with Scholar-Activists Brianna Byrd, Camilla Hawthorne, and Dylan Rodriguez
(roundtable, pp. 246 – 262)

Maravene Taylor-Heine
Figuring Out Protest in the Movement to Opt Out of Standardized Tests: The Experiences of Students from a Predominantly White and Affluent U.S. Suburb
(peer-reviewed article, pp. 263 – 292)

Robert L. Reece
The Missing Social Movement: Colorism in Black America
(peer-reviewed article, pp. 293 – 311)

Bill V. Mullen
The Palestinian BDS Movement as a Global Antiracist Campaign
(event analysis, pp. 312 – 322)

General pieces

Rogelio Luque-Lora
Chile’s Social Uprising and Constituent Process: Toward a More-than-human understanding (peer-reviewed article, pp. 323 – 352)

ES: El estallido social y el proceso constituyente en Chile: hacia una comprensión más-que-humana

Mélissa Blais
The impact of masculinist counter-framing on the work of meaning-making of violence against women (peer-reviewed article, pp. 353 – 382)

Mark Halley
Personal outcomes of activist interpreting: a case study (peer-reviewed article, pp. 383 – 408)

Talia Velez
Understanding History: Following Digital Networks (peer-reviewed article, pp. 409 – 431)

Silvano de la Llata
Also Saying Yes: Overcoming the “Anti” Stage in Social Movements (peer-reviewed article, pp. 432 – 464)

Cleovi C. Mosuela
“Save Temporary Protected Status” movement: non-citizens’ reach of civil rights (peer-reviewed article, pp. 465 – 488)

Jeff Yaremko and Kevin Walby
Social movement groups and freedom of information: frames, techniques, and networks (peer-reviewed article, pp. 489 – 513)

Janna Klostermann and Chris Hurl
“ACTION=LIFE”: What Toronto AIDS activists can teach us about mobilizing for essential services (practice note, pp. 514 – 518)

Reviews [single PDF] (pp. 519 – 554)

Judith Butler, 2021, The Force of Nonviolence: An Ethico-Political Bind. Review Author: Benjamin S. Case.

Benjamin Heim Shepard, 2021, Sustainable Urbanism and Direct Action: Case Studies in Dialectical Activism. Review author: Chuck Morse. 

Thea Riofrancos, 2020, Resource Radicals: From Petro-Nationalism to Post-Extractivism in Ecuador. Review author: Irmgard Emmelhainz. 

Pankaj Mishra, 2007, Temptations of the West: How to Be Modern in India, Pakistan, Tibet, and Beyond. Review author: Isaac K. Oommen.

Susana Narotzky, 2020, Grassroots Economies: Living with Austerity in Southern Europe. Review author: Maria Vasile.

Three recent books on Venezuelan social movements, reviewed by Jeremiah Gaster:

Dario Azzellini, 2017, Communes and Workers’ Control in Venezuela: Building 21st Century Socialism from Below.

Geo Maher, 2016, Building the Commune: Radical Democracy in Venezuela.

Cira Pascual Marquina and Chris Gilbert, 2020, Venezuela, The Present as Struggle: Voices from the Bolivarian Revolution.

Cover art 

Artwork by LB Back, based on the Wiphala symbol used by indigenous Andean peoples and movements.

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