Attorney Antonio Arocho donates book collection to Esperanza College

Antonio Arocho has made a generous gift of books to the new library of Esperanza College of Eastern University (Philadelphia).
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Feb. 4, 2010 - PRLog -- Washington, D.C. ─ In honor of his parents, Antonio “Tony” Arocho, Esq., a resident of
Maryland and the principal attorney at Arocho Law Office ( in Washington, DC, made a generous gift to the new library of Philadelphia’s Esperanza College of Eastern University ( of over one hundred philosophy, religious and theological books and materials.

“I am very proud to honor my parents by having this donation included in the collection of the library of Esperanza College because the College plays a very special role in educating the future urban leaders of Philadelphia,” said Antonio Arocho. “I have every expectation that the materials will be consulted by students at this great institution for greater learning and understanding of philosophy and faiths of the world.”

In 2008, Antonio Arocho made a similar donation in honor of his parents of his Native American book collection to the Nanticoke Indian Museum & Library of the Nanticoke Indian Tribe in Delaware. That collection included materials on the Arawak, Aztec, Carib (Kalinago), Creeks, Garifuna, Inca, Pequot, Powhatan Renape, Seminole, Seneca, Taino, Yaqui, and many other tribal people.

Esperanza College of Eastern University, formerly known as Nueva Esperanza Center for Higher Education, is a branch campus of Eastern University operated in partnership between Esperanza, Inc. The college serves the Latino population of Philadelphia and it admitted its first students in 2000.

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Arocho Law Office (ALO) provides legal services for a wide variety of businesses, trade associations and nonprofit organizations. Antonio "Tony" Arocho founded ALO on the premise that clients should be able to find proven, top-quality outside counsel in a more cost-effective setting than large firms. At ALO, Antonio "Tony" Arocho will put to work for his clients his expertise and energy that includes many years of experience as a lawyer, working with nonprofits and trade associations, public service, federal and territorial court litigation, and executive management. Antonio "Tony" Arocho is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia and U.S. Virgin Islands.
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