Antonia Pantoja is an important activist and educator in the Puerto Rican community, both on the Island and in the United States. Pantoja was interviewed for the Harvard Educational Review by Wilhelmina Perry, an African American educator who has known Pantoja for the last twenty years as a colleague, friend, and coworker. This interview is part of a dialogue around the significant issues of Pantoja's life that reflect her life's work resisting the colonization of the Puerto Rican community. Through Pantoja's memories we are provided with the early and personal experiences that shaped her political and social commitments in her struggle against injustice. Pantoja's contribution to this Symposium brings in a unique voice of a Puerto Rican woman committed to her people.

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