Victor Toro

Victor Toro, currently an immigrant rights and anti-foreclosure activist in the Bronx, New York, was a labor leader who helped found the MIR, and later became a leading housing activist during the government of Popular Unity. For his activism during these years, the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet imprisoned, tortured, and exiled him. Victor left Chile in 1977, making his way to the United States in 1984. Since 2011, he has been fighting the US government’s effort to deport him because of his undocumented status.

Issue #110

Fall 2018

Lessons from the teachers' strike wave

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