Op-Eds

Stuesse, Angela. 2019. Workplace Raids are Not the Answer. The Progressive. August 20.

Stuesse, Angela. 2019. The poultry industry recruited them. Now ICE raids are devastating their communities. The Washington Post. August 9.

Stuesse, Angela. 2019. Vengeance Drives Trump Immigration Policy. The Progressive. April 24.

Stuesse, Angela.  2017.  The Political Power of Laughter According to Imprisoned Activist Ramón Esono EbaléHuffPost South Africa. December 4.

Stuesse, Angela.  2017.  The Town Where the Asphalt EndsUniversity of California Press Blog. November 28.

Stuesse, Angela.  2017.  Bearing Witness to Immigration Raids in the Trump EraHuffington Post. February 16.

Stuesse, Angela.  2016.  Home to Roost: Activist Research in the Deep SouthUniversity of California Press Blog. November 15.

Stuesse, Angela.  2016.  Love Trumps Hate? Post-Election Morning with my Kids. EmbraceRace. November 9.

Horton, Sarah and Angela Stuesse.  2016. Criminalizing Immigrants Hurts All Workers as IRCA Turns 30Daily Kos. November 3.

Stuesse, Angela. 2016.  Reflections on a Fall Morning: Talking Elections, Race, and Policing with my Kids. EmbraceRace. October 20.

Stuesse, Angela, Mat Coleman, and Sarah Horton.  2016.  Driving While LatinoHuffington Post. September 29.

Stuesse, Angela. 2016.  Why We Wear Diapers at Work. The Huffpost Blog, Huffington Post. May 20.

Stuesse, Angela and Shannon Speed. 2016.  Georgia's Ban on Undocumented College Students puts State on the Wrong Side of HistoryGet Schooled, blog of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. February 4.

Stuesse, Angela. 2015. The Truth About Your Holiday Turkey. Colorlines. December 23.

MEDIA APPEARANCES

Vice. 2019. Life After an ICE Raid. September 25. 

Daily Tarheel. 2019. Art exhibit uses creative expression to engage in political discussion. September 24.

UC Press Blog. 2019. Antecedents and Implications of the Mississippi ICE Raids. September 24. 

USA Today. 2019. Chicken plants lured them. Feds jailed them. How Mississippi’s immigration crisis unfolded. September 18.

Mississippi Today. 2019. Chicken plants conspired to keep wages low at Southern plants, federal lawsuit alleges. September 5. 

Jackson Free Press. 2019. ‘Hispanic project’ seeded dangerous poultry jobs. September 4. 

1A (NPR). 2019. Undocumented but in demand: immigration and labor in America. September 3. 

Chicago Tribune. 2019. Chicken-factory employees in the U.S. illegally work in fear. Their employers, not so much. September 3. 

Latino Media Collective. 2019. Mississippi’s Latino Community. August 30. 

City Watch. 2019. As California knows, workplace raids are not the answer. August 22. 

Your Call (KAWL, San Francisco Public Radio). 2019. The Recent MS ICE Raids & Big Ag’s Exploitation of Immigrant Workers. August 21. 

Los Angeles Times. 2019. A Mississippi church counts its missing after ICE raids: ‘This is a very dark moment.’ August 19. 

Slate. 2019. After ICE. August 18.

AJ+. 2019. Life after the biggest immigration raid in a decade. August 18. 

Le Monde. 2019. Morton, Mississippi, ville dévastée par les raids contre les travailleurs sans papiers. August 17. 

EmbraceRace. 2019. Recruited to, then Deported from, Mississippi. August 17. 

The Atlantic. 2019. Why It’s Immigrants Who Pack Your Meat. August 16. 

West Virginia Public Broadcasting. 2019. The poultry plant that’s changed the face of this Appalachian town. August 15. 

Telemundo. 2019. ICE arrestó a cientos de migrantes en esta fábrica. Ahora los estadounidenses quieren trabajar allí. August 15. 

West Virginia Public Broadcasting. 2019. This Rural Teacher is Working to Bridge Divides Between Migrant Workers and Her Community. August 15.

Philadelphia Inquirer. 2019. That heartless Mississippi ICE raid also revealed the cruelty behind modern U.S. capitalism. August 13. 

Chicago Tribune. 2019. Tras redadas en plantas de Mississippi, buscan llenar plazas. August 13. 

The Times. 2019. If immigration officials cracked down on poultry plant leaders, workforce may look different. August 13. 

Here and Now (NPR). 2019. A History Of Hispanic Immigrants In Mississippi's Poultry Industry. August 12.

Univision News. 2019. Over half of the country’s poultry workers are immigrants. August 12. 

Saporta Report. 2019. Across the rural South, chicken plants become a social and economic flashpoint. August 12. 

El Nuevo Día. 2019. Koch Foods busca llenar plazas en plantas de Mississippi luego de las redadas de ICE. August 12. 

The New York Times. 2019. After Mississippi ICE Raids, Job Fair Draws Hopeful Workers. August 12.

Weekend Edition (NPR). 2019. ICE Raids Hit Poultry Processing Plants That Rely On Latino Immigrant Labor. August 10.

The Los Angeles Times. 2019. Mississippi ICE raids split families and leave children adrift: ‘I just want my mom and dad’. August 10.

America’s Voice. 2019. Why do exploitative employers like Trump and the Mississippi plant operators get off scot-free while immigrant workers have their families and lives ripped apart? August 9.  

Radio France Internationale. 2019. À la Une: à qui profite les opérations anti-migrants aux États-Unis? August 9. 

Citizen Truth. 2019. ICE raids focused on company whose Hispanic workers won discrimination lawsuit. August 9. 

Washington Post. 2019. Donald Trump is the immigration problem he rails against. August 9. 

The Washington Post. 2019. What we know about the 5 companies targeted in the ICE raids in Mississippi. August 9.

Mississippi Today. 2019. ICE raids cause labor decline in sector already seeking to fill thousands of positions. August 9.

UNC Diversity and Inclusion. 2019. UndocuCarolina Ally Training 101. January 8.

Daily Tarheel. 2018. “These Politics and Policies Have Effects on Human Life'‘: UNC Panel on Immigration. April 26.

Daily Tarheel. 2017. How is DACA’s ending affecting the Carolina Community? September 17.

CNN En Español. 2017.  Liberarán a ‘dreamer’ argentina Daniela Vargas. March 10.

El Nuevo Herald. 2017. Soñadora detenida por ICE espera salir pronto y agradece apoyo, según amigos. March 9.

La Voz. 2017 Juntan fondos para ayudar a la familia de Dany Vargas. March 9.

La Voz. 2017. La familiar que fue por el sueño americano y vuelve deportada. March 9.

Washington Post. 2017. Lawyers try to delay ‘All-American’ Argentine’s deportation. March 6.

Washington Post. 2017. ICE nabs young ‘dreamer’ applicant after she speaks out at a news conference. March 2.

CNN. 2017. DREAMer speaks out on immigration, gets arrested. March 2.

Univisión Noticias. 2017. Una dreamer es detenida por ICE tras dar una conferencia de prensa en Mississippi. March 2.

Associated Press News. 2017. ICE detains ‘Dreamer’ after she urged Trump to protect her. March 1.

Laredo Morning Times. 2000. El Cenizo Wants Land Back. August 22. Pp 1A,10A.

Press coverage

The Washington Post. 2019. Donald Trump is the immigration problem he rails against. August 9.

UNC Global. 2019. Campus Allies: UndocuCarolina Offers Trainings for University Faculty and Staff. January 8.

Anthropology News. 2017. AAA Members in the News. (58)3:23 May/June.

Anthropology News. 2016. AAA Annual Meeting Highlights Racism, Border-Crossers, and Environmental Justice. November 7.

University of California Press Blog. 2016. An Immigrant's Identity. October 28.

Mississippi University for Women. 2016. Stuesse to Discuss Immigrant Workforce in Mississippi as Part of Forum. The W. September 29.

University of North Carolina. 2016. THINKposium 2016 Explores the ‘Lived Experience’. Office of the Chancellor News and Messages. August 18.

Vice. 2016. The Technology Helping Undocumented Immigrants Avoid the Police. July 21.

Neuroanthropology PLOS. 2013. Intergroup Resources: Building Social Justice Online and From the Ground Up. February 13.

AnthropologyWorks. 2013. Engaged Anthropology with and for Latino Immigrants. AnthropologyWorks. January 25.

USF News. 2013. Bridging the Immigration Divide. January 17.

USF Office of Community Engagement. 2011. Featured Faculty: Dr. Angela Stuesse. May 22.

The Week. 2010. Mississippi's Prom Outrage: An Echo of Desegregation. Designated "Best Column" of The Week. April 8.