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Laura Jiménez

The women in my life initially brought me to RJ

Ena Suseth Valladares

A firm believer that quality health care and community-based health services are a right that all individuals deserve

Susy Chávez Herrera

I am a firm believer in FeminismS as fundamental to achieving a more egalitarian society for all...

Rochelle Martin

Rochelle's personal experience and process of realization towards feminism led her to CLRJ

Lorena Garcia Zermeño

My own experience growing up as a Latina immigrant is what has brought me to RJ


Key to Michelle’s understanding of and struggle for RJ are empowerment through liberatory education, labor and community organizing, and an abolitionist framework

Martha Pineda

From a young age I clearly saw the disproportionate expectations imposed on different genders, and how these expectations negatively affected women socially and economically. I am a firm believer that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color deserve justice, respect, and love in a world that has historically dismissed their needs and existence.

Sami Watts

Sami’s personal experiences as a Latina and an artist in the predominantly white, heteropatriarchal field of classical music led her to RJ advocacy work.

Maricela Cervantes

Maricela’s lived experiences brought her to RJ and believes that RJ is foundational in achieving health equity and reducing health disparities.