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Grandmothers on Guard


Grandmothers on Guard: Gender, Aging, and the Minutemen at the U.S.-Mexico Border is a new book by Jennifer Johnson, faculty affiliate of ISSI's Center for Right-Wing Studies. The book, which she wrote during her time as a visiting sholar at ISSI, tells the story of older women who found meaning and community in the Minutemen, an anti-immigrant vigilante movement.


Harlem Mural depicting collaboration between Yuri Kochiyama and Malcom X

CRWS Calls for an End to Anti-Asian Violence


CRWS condemns the recent and on-going violence against Asian Americans and grieves with the families of those lost to or injured by these hate crimes as well as all those who are suffering from racist violence and discrimination. We redouble our commitment to stand in solidarity with Asian American and Pacific Islander communities as we work collectively for a more just future. We support this statement from our friends and colleagues in the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies program at UC Berkeley. For those who want to learn more about the historic roots as well as contemporary expressions of anti-Asian racism, we encourage you to read this Berkeley News interview with Lok Siu, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies, who also emphasizes the often-overlooked interracial solidarity that we need to build upon now. To understand the gender dimensions of the murders in Georgia, we recommend this Berkeley News interview with Alex DiBranco, CRWS Graduate Student Coordinator and Executive Director of the Institute for Research on Male Supremacism (IRMS).


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