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Nestor M. Fantini, MA, Ph.D. (ABD), is an Argentine-American journalist, educator and human rights activist based in California. Since 2018, Fantini has been co-editor of the online magazine Between 2005 and 2015 he was the main coordinator of the Peña Literaria La Luciérnaga. He is the author of Of my grandmother, soldiers and Arminda (2015), his stories appear in Looking towards the south (1997) and he is co-editor of the Anthology of La Luciérnaga (2010). He is currently an adjunct professor of Introduction to Criminology, at Rio Hondo College, Whittier, California, and of Social Issues in American Society, at AMDA College of the Performing Arts, Hollywood, California. As a refugee and former political prisoner who was adopted as a Prisoner of Conscience by Amnesty International, Fantini has dedicated his life to promoting the memory of the victims of state terrorism of the Argentine civil-military dictatorship of the 1970s and is currently coordinator of Amnesty International San Fernando Valley. Fantini graduated from Woodsworth College and the University of Toronto.
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