Spellerberg Projects

Mano Amiga + Where We Thrive

It is the mission, duty, and purpose of Mano Amiga to educate, advocate, coordinate, and organize alongside and in favor of immigrants and low-income residents in the rural I-35 corridor between San Antonio and Austin: Guadalupe, Caldwell, Hays, and Comal counties. Alongside writers, visual artists, musicians, and film-makers, we amplify the voices and experiences of people from historically underrepresented communities including people of color, the LGBTQIA+ community, and people who have been directly impacted by incarceration. With our partners in the big cities, we aim to construct an 80-mile-long corridor of resistance to racist, anti-immigrant policies, deep in the heart of Texas. Website

Where We Thrive – Lockhart, TX has been a leader in the community campaign to honor George Floyd’s life, as well as to advocate removal of the Confederate monument, which sits directly under our office window across the street. WWT’s mission is “to rebuild, restore, mentor & develop community resources to improve the lives of our citizens living in poverty with emphasis on at-risk youth & the elderly.” Website

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