ANTONIO GALLO is a faculty member in the Chicano/a Studies Department at California State University, Northridge, where he teaches two core classes, Race, Racism, and Critical Thinking (CHS 202) and Constitutional Issues and the Chicano (CHS 260). He has also taught History of the Americas (CHS 245) and Introduction to Chicano(a) Culture. He also serves as California Faculty Association’s statewide Chair of Contract Development and Bargaining Strategy, and is also a member of the American Association University Professors/CBC-at-Large Executive Committee.
Antonio is also an Adjunct Professor at Southwestern Law School
Antonio has served as a member of the Board of Directors for Proyecto Pastoral at Dolores Mission that serves the Boyle Heights Area and advisory board for Homeboy Industries that helps former gang members, and currently the Chair for the Board of Directors for Navidad en el Barrio that feeds more than 20,000 families during the Christmas Holidays.
Antonio Gallo was raised in Boyle Heights
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