Skip to main content

Jackson School faculty co-edit and pen “A People’s Policy for the Americas” in March issue of national journal

March 9, 2020

In the NACLA Report on the Americas, one of the premier sites for in-depth reporting and analysis on the Americas regions that serves as a bridge between academic researchers and the public, Jackson faculty Vanessa Freije and Daniel Bessner co-edit the March 2020 issue titled “A People’s Policy for the Americas,” with contributions by Jackson School Latin American & Caribbean Studies faculty Angelina Godoy and Tony LuceroIleana Rodríguez-Silva, and LACS-affiliated graduate student Yolanda Valencia.

As co-editors of the March issue, Bessner and Freije explore what a peoples’ policy for the Americas might look like, and hope to encourage a broader democratization of U.S. foreign policy.

Read more