Pancho Arguelles

He’s Supporting a Community of Immigrant Wheelchair Users By Seeing the Dignity in Others

Growing up in Mexico, Pancho Arguelles learned to see his identity woven with that of his community. And he found his own dignity depended on seeing the dignity in others. When he met immigrants with spinal injuries, who needed wheelchairs and medical supplies to build their dignity, he helped them create the Living Hope Wheelchair Association.

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