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Organization Number: 285
First Registered On: 05-09-1983
Last Registered On: 09-05-2012
Purpose: To attain political, social, and cultural awareness through the promotion of activism, protest, and organized resistance to racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, capitalism, etc. To promote unity among Chicano/as as well as encourage and promote better relationships among students and people of all races. To connect the student back to his/her community and practice equality and social justice through consciousness and action.
Membership: Membership open to U.T. students, faculty and staff.
Functions: Weekly dialogues addressing a variety of different issues. political lobbying on campus. Film screenings, Speakouts, marches, protests, community activism. Student Power!
Organization Type: Political
Web site: http://www.myspace.com/tejaztlan
Representatives: (Name, Title)
Roberto Flotte, .Authorized representative
Campus Office Address: 189
Each year, registered student organizations self-identify according to the following twelve categories: