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Antonio Maestas '18

I have many interests, but I would have to say playing music in my band and community organizing are two of my favorite.  In my pass time, I play Chicano music at many different venues in my hometown.  When I am not playing in the music scene, I take part in community organizing in low income communities of color.

My internship this summer gives me this opportunity.  I will be organizing around environmental justice in low-income communities of color in my hometown Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

I am looking forward to helping my own community fight injustice and oppression.  My goal is to ease the burden placed on communities of color, including the community I grew up in.

 

 

Antonio Maestas

Antonio Maestas '18

Intern, SouthWest Organizing Project

Major: Sociology and Anthropology

 

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