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This chapter examines the imagined futures that shape U.S.-based interviewees’ present activism. Undocumented and temporarily authorized youth have sought the right to regularize their status, Central American students have founded new transnational campus organizations, and Salvadoran youth have also formed poetry collectives, produced literature, and developed historical memory projects. Through such activities, youth have sought to create space and mark time for their generation

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