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Francisco (Pancho) Argüelles Paz y Puente

Pancho is director of Living Hope Wheelchair Association, a grassroots organization of immigrants with spinal cord injuries. He is one of the founders of Fe y Justicia Worker Center, a community organization in Houston for low-wage immigrant workers. Since coming to the U.S. from Mexico in 1996, Pancho has served as a teacher and mentor in the immigrant rights movement to build institutions that empower and defend the most vulnerable coming to the U.S. In 2004 he co-authored an award-winning popular education curriculum, BRIDGE: Building a Race and immigration Dialogue in the Global Economy, which confronted issues of divisions and alliance building and has transformed organizing and empowerment in the growing immigrant rights movement.

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