Being the first division of Project Pueblo, the Berkeley division is currently the largest and most active student division. At the student’s initiative, the organization is now a formally recognized student group on campus, making it part of a greater group of campus’ social justice groups. Project Pueblo@ Berkeley’s main objective, as of this writing, is to network with other groups on the Berkeley campus and form a coalition that will not only theorize about changing the world but actually work for this end (and by the world we mean the world no matter how geographically small that may be, for after all, it is all equally important).
The Berkeley Division is in close communication with the management team insofar as planning new trips and projects in Navajo nation and elsewhere. The division is also working on ways to involve Berkeley’s eager minds on an intellectual level by looking for ways in which service trips can be taken for college credit, it is also actively looking for ways to become eligible for university and federal grants as this would create new opportunities for Project Pueblo.
The Berkeley division is currently headed jointly by Dixon Li (2nd year –Urban Planning) and Anthony Rodriguez (2nd year- History/Philosophy). If you are a UC Berkeley student and would like to know how you or your organization can collaborate with Project Pueblo@ Berkeley, please contact the student directors.
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