Analysis of the founding of the UndocuQueer movement and organizer, Julio Salgado, through Anzaldúan theory on nepantla, and in terms of cultural, sexual, and political citizenship, in the experience of those who came to the U.S. as children. This study assesses reasons for “coming out” as undocumented and queer through activism; argues that coalitional and relational activism challenges current anti-immigration policies and social factors; and advocates for a global and embodied citizenship.
"Queering Citizenship: UndocuQueer and Immigration Reform,"
Diálogo: Vol. 18
, Article 8.
Available at: https://via.library.depaul.edu/dialogo/vol18/iss2/8
Available for download on Wednesday, January 01, 2020