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Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it currently before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The submission file is in Microsoft Word or PDF format.
- The text is double-spaced and uses a 12-point font.
- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
- The article manuscript is fully anonymized: the author's name and other identifying information have been redacted.
- A short author bio (2–3 sentences) is provided as a separate file.
- If the article contains images, each image must meet or exceed a minimum resolution of 1,500 x 2,100 and be submitted as a separate file in .jpg, .tiff, or .pdf format. Captions and placement information should be provided within the text of the article itself.
If your article is accepted for publication, you must be willing to obtain formal permission from the copyright holder(s) to reprint any of the following material within your work, if it was not created by you personally: song lyrics, poetry, visual materials (photos, charts, graphs, maps, etc.), unpublished writings, lengthy excerpts, and anything else that does not clearly fall under the scope of fair use. We recommend that you make preliminary inquiries with any copyright holder(s) now in order to ensure that such permission would be forthcoming.
We invite submissions that address asymmetries of power, social justice, new ways of knowing, and new ways of being. We aim to illuminate the distribution of opportunities and life chances inside communities of color in the past, present, and future; to focus on the roles played by the state, capital, social structures, and social movements in promoting or suppressing social justice; to offer a platform for discussing the struggles, problems, dreams, and hopes embedded inside anti-racist work.
Phrases, terms, and concepts that emerge from activism.
La Mesa Popular
Reports from the field about ongoing activism
Art and Social Action
Analyses of works of expressive culture that function as repositories of collective memory, sites of moral instruction, and mechanisms for calling communities into being through performance.
Mobilized 4 Movement
Reflections on social movements and how their participants see themselves and their work
Teaching and Truth
First-person testimony from classroom teachers
Acknowledgment of and tribute to the work of departed comrades and colleagues
Reviews of books or films.
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