IMM PRINT: Call for Submissions for Immigration Detention Blog

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Location: 
United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Asian American History / Studies, Chicana/o History / Studies, Immigration & Migration History / Studies, U.S. - Mexico Borderlands

Dear Scholars of Immigration and Ethnic Histories,

Please consider circulating this announcement to your networks, students, and other potentially interested parties:

IMM PRINT: To End Immigration Detention

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Have you, your family, or your community been affected by immigration laws and enforcement? Do you work for racial and social justice? Do you write, draw, paint, photograph, film, speak, or dream of a world without policing, jails, and borders? We need your powerful voice!

Imm Print is a radical new online publication that uplifts voices from immigration detention and empowers communities to dismantle the system from the inside-out. By centering migrant accounts, poetry, and artwork, supported by news, actions, and commentary, Imm Print collectively challenges and seeks to abolish intersecting forms of oppression that sustain immigration enforcement and mass incarceration. Imm Print will launch in the fall of 2016 on Medium.com and we are currently accepting submissions for four spaces in the publication that will feature:

  • Stories from Detention
  • Visitor and Practitioner Stories
  • Detention News and Actions
  • Intersectional Experiences 

Submissions can be in any form, medium, or length, and can be published anonymously. Read more guidelines for each category and submit materials at:

https://immprint.submittable.com/submit  

Send inquiries and mail materials to:

   Tina Shull (or CIVIC)
   P.O. Box 11773
   Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Imm Print is an editorially independent project of the national nonprofit Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC), www.endisolation.org. Imm Print was launched by Editor-in-Chief Tina Shull, Ph.D., who is a 2016 Soros Justice Fellow and immigration detention historian and Lecturer at UC Irvine.

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