Emma Lozano

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Emma Lozano is a marxist activist based in Chicago. She is married to Rev. Walter "Slim" Coleman, a preacher at the Adalberto United Methodist Church.[1] Her brother Rudy was killed in 1983.[2]

She is also a founding member of the group Centro Sin Fronteras, a group at the center of organizing the migrant caravan.

Lozano also was active in the Marxist-Leninist group Centro de Accion Social Autonomo (CASA, or "Center for Autonomous Social Action"), prior to founding Centros Sin Frontieras.[3][4] Rudy Lozano was also a member of CASA.

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References

  1. Illegal immigrant deported after leaving church
  2. Latino activist's spirit lives on
  3. Vicki L. Ruiz. Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia. Indiana University Press, 2006. https://books.google.com/books/about/Latinas_in_the_United_States_set.html?id=_62IjQ-XQScC
  4. Myrna Garcia. “Sin Fronteras: Activism, Immigration, and the Politics of Belonging in Mexican Chicago, 1968-1986.” University of California, San Diego. March 23, 2016. Accessed December 4, 2018. https://escholarship.org/content/qt70k0j7t5/qt70k0j7t5.pdf