Revista N'oj and Podcast Editor
Abraham Ramirez is a PhD. Candidate in the Department of Ethnic Studies and the Program in Critical Theory. Abraham is interested in questions regarding migration, social movements, phenomenology, epistemology, and in general, the philosophy of race. His dissertation research examines the work of W.E.B Du Bois, Frantz Fanon and bell hooks. His current and future research include a comparative analysis of immigrant-rights activism in the United States and Spain and a study of the political project of ethnic studies since the 1960s. Abraham is a Chancellor’s Public Fellow with the American Cultures Engaged Scholarship (ACES) and former graduate research fellow at the Center for Latino Policy Research (CLPR).
Lulu is a Robert and Colleen Haas Research Scholar and multimedia artivist at the intersection of criminal law and immigration law. Her work focuses on the Central American diaspora, contemporary migration from rural Honduras, and intergenerational freedom from incarceration.
Javier is a San Francisco native and recent graduate who is passionate about public policy research and decolonial perspectives on the interventionist history of Latin America. Prior to joining the LRC, he worked with the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and La Raza Centro Legal.
The Latinx Research Center houses allied organizations and offers shared office and meeting space to the following organizations:
Chicanx Latinx Alumni Association
Alianza Latinx Staff Association
Latinx Faculty Association
Chicano Studies Program