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“Martha Escobar’s essay provides a comparative and relational analysis of the detention, incarceration, deportation, and family separation of migrant women and the history of the criminalization of Black motherhood in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s. She reinforces the notion that incarceration is a mechanism for racialized social organization.
By Jelisa Jay Robinson, LNP Writer, Black Girl, Latin World Creator As a Black American whose heart beats for traveling to unknown land, I geeked out when my best friend handed me a copy of Langston Hughes’s I Wonder As I Wander for graduation. I was finally going to be a aquinted with the stories of a Black American writer who spoke Spanish and habored inte