Posts From: October 2018
Andrea Vasquez Jimenez, Co-Director of LAEN talks about co-creating spaces for community building and working towards liberation at Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018.
Antonio Travis, Founder of Black Man Rising and Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children, speaks about Hurricane Katrina, racism, and renewal at … Read More >
Maricruz Rivera Clemente of COPI speaks about defending the Puerto Rican environment and community at Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018.
Ronsha A. Dickerson, National Organizer for Journey for Justice Alliance, and Zakiya Ansari, Advocacy Director for Alliance for Quality Education, share their thoughts … Read More >
Tania Rosario Méndez of Taller Salud, a community-based feminist organization founded in 1979, speaks about operationalizing resiliency and finding the tools needed to … Read More >
Marién is the founder of Taller Tambuyé, an organization that celebrates the art of Puerto Rican bomba—a musical form that is native to … Read More >
Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018 Convenes Education and Youth Justice Organizers, Advocates and Funders in San Juan, Puerto Rico One Year After Hurricane Maria
Education Anew: Shifting Justice 2018 (EASJ2018) is a unique education and youth justice convening co-hosted by Andrus Family Fund (AFF) and the Communities … Read More >