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In the 1960s and 1970s, during America's era of civil rights, Ramsey was a Chicano leader who brought political awareness to the legislative power on behalf of the people in the entire South West of the United States.
The contributions of Ramsey Muņiz are remembered and respected by many. He gave his time and talent to assist people in need, and through the political arena brought about a profound change which would improve their quality of life.
Within the last fifteen years and into the 21st century, Ramsey has become a student, scholar, and advocate in the awakening of the spiritual consciousness of humanity.
Model Cities Administrative Assistant
Attorney for the People
Civil Rights Advocate
Federal Grants for Education
Free Lunch Programs for Schools
Head Start Programs
Drop out Prevention
Ramsey Muņiz made great contributions to his fellow man. He
demonstrated love, compassion, and empathy for underprivileged people. He stepped
forward in defense of the poor, the hungry, laborers, and others who lacked
representation. He intervened for others on the side of justice. Many people remember a
man who awakened the humanitarian conscience in Texas and remain grateful for his
courage to speak out on their behalf.
During his years in law school and as an attorney, Ramsey contributed his time and talents to implement programs for the community in Waco, Texas.
Through federally funded grants Ramsey gave many people an opportunity to receive educational assistance from pre-school through adult education.
Ramsey Muņiz approached school boards to demand changes that were greatly needed and those changes came to fruition.
In Waco, Texas, he implemented Head Start, Adult Education, Pre-school and Drop out Prevention Programs, and helped establish a Community Center for the citizens.
"The way to cultivate the beauty of freedom and democracy is to demonstrate courage, strength, faith, and spirituality by overcoming fear."
Ramiro "Ramsey" Muņiz