Practices of Liberation in the Era of Mass Deportation
What are the institutions and who are the people that benefit by detaining, deporting, and persecuting our migrant communities? What kind of normative ideas are reproduced by criminalizing paradigms in an era of mass deportation? How are economic, racialized, gendered, and speciesist frontiers produced and reproduced with the tightening of national borders? What kinds of practices, alliances, and dialogues can we develop in order to fight against the criminalization and persecution of migrants? What can liberation mean in a world confined by exploitative and racist relations of capital? What dialogues can we establish between diverse sanctuary practices, immigrant defense committees, migrant rights organizations, activist research, popular education, and performance?