Alvaro Huerta

Dr. Alvaro Huerta is an assistant professor of urban and regional planning and ethnic and women’s studies at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He is the author of “Reframing the Latino Immigration Debate: Towards a Humanistic Paradigm,” published by San Diego State University Press (2013).

An Open Letter to California Governor Gavin Newsom on Ethnic Studies

Police Abuse in America’s Barrios

Brick-by-Brick: An Ode to My Mexican Mother, Carmen Mejía Huerta

To Survive the Coronavirus, Americans Should Learn From Mexicans

Another Five Lessons for Democrats to Defeat Trump in 2020

Reflections of a White Studies Survivor

The Mexican as Endangered Species

Top Five Lessons for Democrats in 2020 Elections

Top Ten List in Defense of MEChA

Reflections of a MEChista by a Chicano Scholar Activist

Mr. President, We Don’t Need Your Stinking Wall

Brief History Notes on Mexican Immigration to the U.S.

Latina/o Immigrants in the Racist Era of Trump

I Am Not Your “Wetback”

A Chicana/o Manifesto on Community Organizing: Reflections of a Scholar-Activist

The War on Immigrants: Racist Policies in the Trump Era

President Trump: the Hustler 2.0

Mexicans in El Norte Will Survive President Trump

The Hustler: Trump and the Mean Streets of East LA

From Shame to Pride: My Mexican Immigrant Parents

Republican Policies and Christian Values: Inherent Contradictions?

Confessions of an ‘Anchor Baby’: Open Letter to President Donald Trump

Will Trump’s Racism Rescue the Democrats?

Without Hope, Blacks and Latinos Will Take to the Streets

No White Christmas for Brown Immigrants

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