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Lydia Aranda, M.A. Chief Executive Officer
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Dolores Huerta Jul 20
¡Feliz Cumpleaños, Mi Adorado Amigo, Carlos Santana! Wishing you a birthday filled with joy and love. May our spirits be united in light and righteousness. Thank you for always being our champion for social justice! Abrazos fuertes, Dolores Huerta
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Dolores Huerta Fdtn Jul 27
CALL TO ACTION Pls take a moment - less than a minute - 2 submit a comment 2 the Commerce Dpt 2 let them know that adding the citizenship q harms the accuracy of the Census & is bad 4 our communities! Comment here:
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Dolores Huerta Oct 4
Great night standing with activists @JannicetG, , and speaking to Latinxs in tech here at . Our young people are the future of justice! Have and !
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Dolores Huerta Oct 18
It was an awesome experience to be a guest on ’s show and be in her space to experience her intelligence, wit, and humor. And what a wonderful audience!
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Dolores Huerta Oct 19
One of us can be dismissed. Three of us can be ignored. But together, ! A una, la podrán descartar. A tres, las podrán ignorar. Pero todas juntas, somos un movimiento y somos ! Join us:
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Dolores Huerta Oct 29
Grateful for a dedicated group of canvassers and phone-bankers who are in the Central Valley’s midterm elections
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Dolores Huerta Oct 31
Please join me and educators in voting for our brother for Schools’ Superintendent. He’s under attack by those who don’t share our values that lead to social justice & quality public schools for all students.
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Dolores Huerta Jan 7
CA’s public education system is in good hands with Tony Thurmond, the defender we need to protect our public schools for success and from privatization. I’m looking forward to the revitalization of our children’s schools under his leadership.
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Dolores Huerta Jan 10
Wow. What a great discussion to have with the wonderful Erin Gruwell who’s done and is still doing so much to end the school-to-prison pipeline! Teachers have so much power to influence and uplift our children
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Dolores Huerta Jan 16
Today I joined the teachers. Teachers are the foundation of our democracy. They care for the most precious members of our society. The future! Our children.
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Dolores Huerta Feb 15
I want to share what a thrill & honor it was to speak w ab his great film ROMA. It’s groundbreaking to see such unique diversity in times when representation is so important. A special thnx to
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Dolores Huerta Feb 22
I hope my message of overcoming apathy resonates and moves people to find their power to get engaged so we can come together to make a real difference for positive change ✊🏽 ty
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Dolores Huerta Mar 6
I will be on the Then There’s California podcast. Tune in next week!
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Dolores Huerta Jun 5
So proud of Delia Garcia! This strong, smart mujer was sworn in today as Sec of Labor in the State of Kansas!
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Dolores Huerta Jun 11
Urging to support the Safe & Affordable Drinking Water Fund. One million Californians are affected by toxic water.
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Dolores Huerta Jun 12
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Latino Victory Jun 21
It's definitely not lost on our community which candidates took the time to speak directly to us at . ¡Pa'lante , , , , , , , !
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Astrid Silva Jun 22
Breathe in **** pause **** breathe out. Many people want to help immigrant families right now because everyone is afraid and angry and the emotions are everywhere. Please consider whether your actions/tweets are actually helping those affected or endangering them more.
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Latino Victory Jun 24
We are joining @shethepeople & allied groups to strengthen the political power of women of color, and Black and brown communities in , by hosting a Community Panel and Watch Party for the in on June 26th, 2019. Join us! RSVP:
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Gloria Calderón Kellett Jun 24
Amplify!! Separated immigrant families at the border: Here’s a list of organizations that are mobilizing to help them nationwide | The Texas Tribune
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