“Solidarity is always intentional, always messy.” Pancho Argüelles is the executive director of the Living Hope Wheelchair Association, a community-based organization of migrants with spinal cord injuries. Born in Mexico City, for more than thirty years now he has worked on human rights issues in Mexico, Central America, and the United States. Animated by questions of solidarity and justice, human dignity and collective leadership, Pancho has chosen to be shaped by those in the trenches of daily physical pain and civic precarity. Here are some of the lessons he has to impart.
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