Antonio came to the United States in 2000 when he migrated with his younger sister and mother from Guadalajara, Mexico to reunite with his father. Since 2011, Antonio has been part of the immigration rights movement as an organizer with IYJL, an undocumented-led organization formed in 2009 in Chicago, with both undocumented youth and allies. Antonio recently joined the Centro Autónomo/Mexico Solidarity Network as the lead organizer for the Casas del Pueblo Community Land Trust, a housing rights movement based in the Albany Park, Chicago. He has a professional bachelor's degree in Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
UMD Office of Cultural Diversity, Immigrant Youth Justice League and Mexico Solidarity Network.
Fighting for Immigrant Rights with Dignity with Antonio Gutierrez (2014-10-23).
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