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Laura Kathleen Padilla, Virginia Raymond, Jennifer Rose Nájera, Olga Lydia Herrera, in March 2012
L-R, Laura Kathleen Padilla,  que en paz descanse;  Virginia Raymond; Jennifer Rose Nájera; and Olga Lydia Herrera, at the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS), Chicago, March 2012. Photograph by Francisca Marino-Rojas.

Publications

2015

“Legal Challenges to Prolonged Detention of Families,” La Voz de Esperanza, Vol. 28, Issue 4, Esperanza Peace & Justice Center, San Antonio, Texas: May 2015,  pp. 6 and 11. 

2013

“Faithful Dissident: Alonso S. Perales and Segregation within the Catholic Church,” chapter in Michael Olivas, Ed., In Defense of My People: Alonso S. Perales and the Development of Mexican-American Public Intellectuals, University of Houston: Arte Público Press (peer reviewed)

2012

“To Boldly Go Where Everyone Else Has Gone Before: Oral Histories of ADAPT and the Disability Rights Movement in Texas,” Dialogue: The Newsletter of the Oral History Section, Society of American Archivists, Volume 8, Issue 1, Spring, 7-8

2010

“Alberta Zepeda Snid of Edgewood I.S.D.,” in Recovering the Hispanic History of Texas, edited by Monica Perales and Raúl Ramos, Houston: Arte Público Press (peer reviewed)

2009

“Texas After Violence Project,” Dialogue: The Newsletter of the Oral History Section, Society of American Archivists, Volume 5, Issue 2, August, 7-8

2008

Alberta Zepeda Snid,” Handbook of Texas Online, Texas State Historical Association

“Texas After Violence Project,” Sound Bytes, newsletter of the Texas Oral History Association (TOHA), Baylor University, Fall

“Listening After Violence: Texas After Violence Project,” La Voz de Esperanza, Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, San Antonio, Texas, Vol. 21, Issue 7

“Alberta Zepeda Snid: Activist Parent,” La Voz de Esperanza, Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, San Antonio, Texas, Vol. 21, Issue 4

2007

“Against Innocence: Plyler v. Doe at 25,” La Voz de Esperanza, Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, San Antonio, Texas, Vol. 20, Issue 5, June

2003

Review of Historia: The Literary Making of Chicana and Chicano History, by Louis Gerard Mendoza, in Ethnic and Third World Book Review, University of Texas at Austin

1991

“New INS Rules Aid Some [Central American] Refugees,” Austin Peace and Justice Coalition News, March

1989

“Reflections after Webster,” Texas Civil Liberties Reporter, Fall

Other resources

“Bridging Community and Academia in the Struggle to End Violence against Latin@s,”

— suggestions compiled for a panel by the same name at Abriendo Brecha VII, a conference for “activist scholars” at the University of Texas at Austin in February, 2010.  Clicking on the title should bring this document to the screen. If the link does not work, let  me know at info@virginiaraymond.com so that I can send you a copy.

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