Aviva Chomsky

Aviva Chomsky is professor of history and coordinator of Latin American studies at Salem State University in Massachusetts and a TomDispatch regular. Her most recent book is Undocumented: How Immigration Became Illegal.

Jobs, the environment, and a planet in crisis: How the Green New Deal is changing America Aviva Chomsky
The DNA industry and the disappearing Indian Aviva Chomsky
When it comes to immigration, it's time to put common sense into policy Aviva Chomsky
How did we get here? From Bill Clinton to Donald Trump, the immigration debate has been divisive Aviva Chomsky
Is Trump an aberration? The dark history of the "nation of immigrants" Aviva Chomsky
Students vs. neoliberals: The unreported conflict at the heart of our campus culture wars Aviva Chomsky
America runs on undocumented labor: Why the Boston Globe scandal deserves its own front-page story Aviva Chomsky
There is much more to America's border crisis than you think Aviva Chomsky
Aviva Chomsky: Is anyone truly serious about immigration reform? Aviva Chomsky
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