Although the dominant rhetoric in the media about “illegal” immigration continues to be that undocumented immigrants are not, and can never be, part of the “American” nation, stories by Latino/a writers as well as by the undocumented themselves are increasingly challenging such discourse. What we have witnessed is a mass mobilization of stories, including the stories of Latino/a writers who have come to themselves as inextricably tied to a larger community that includes undocumented immigrants.
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