11 results for group: staff


Laura Jiménez

The women in my life initially brought me to RJ

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Nancy Sanchez

The need to motivate young womyn to become activists of our community, brought me to RJ

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Marisol Franco

I came to reproductive justice because it allows me to express my intersectionality, claiming ALL of me

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Ena Suseth Valladares

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

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Susy Chávez Herrera

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

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Myra Gissel Durán

Reproductive Justice (RJ) is what I live and breathe.

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Rochelle Martin

About Rochelle Rochelle Martin has 7 years of experience in development, communications and operations management. She acquired these skills while community organizing at the PICO National Network. Her time spent working for a social justice non-profit in Los Angeles greatly shaped her understanding of inequity and eventually led her to stumble upon the reproductive justice movement. Her personal experience and process of realization towards feminism led her to CLRJ. She has Bachelors of Arts degrees in Chican@ and Latin@ Studies and Comparative World Literature from California State University, Long Beach. Her passion for the RJ movement is ...

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Christina Lares

About Christina Christina Lares was born and raised in the central coast city of Ventura, California and is the proud daughter of young parents. Throughout her life, Christina was very observant of the oppressive conditions her family and community faced and questioned if another world was possible. During her undergraduate career at San Diego State University, Christina joined various student and community-based organizations and experienced the power of organization in achieving lasting and meaningful change. After receiving her Bachelors of Science in Health Science from San Diego State University in 2008, Christina continued her education at SDSU ...

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Lorena Garcia Zermeño

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

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Carina Reyes

Through my involvement in the RJ movement, I have become empowered

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