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Antonio Arellano Aug 11
Women of color in Texas are key to our success. We must continue investing in their leadership development, because their potential is truly limitless!
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Veronica Whitehead Mar 5
Excited and proud to be a fellow
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Jolt Initiative Aug 12
THANK YOU to our fellows, panelists, speakers and staff for an empowering, energizing weekend in Houston. When people envision the future of leadership in Texas, it should look like the powerful group of women in this cohort. ⁣
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Deeds Not Words Jul 30
What had the so SHOOK during our last gathering? We unveiled a gorgeous poster created by Edith Valle, Deeds Not Words art director, featuring a portrait of each fellow. While Edith couldn't witness the reactions in person, the fellows recorded messages for her.
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Denise M. Hernández Jun 6
I’m so excited for our 2nd weekend I started packing 2 days ago.
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Antonio Arellano Apr 21
Jolt Initiative is one of the only organizations in the state of Texas dedicated to organizing and developing the leadership of young women of color, through an intersectional framework. Follow now!
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Maria Oliveira Feb 1
I am beyond excited to announce that I am one of 25 women to be selected in to the Fellowship Program! Oh and one of my best friends was selected as well!!! This is a two year fellowship that aims to place women of color into key positions of po…
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Biviana Hurtado Jun 15
Last weekend in Dallas the fellows were reunited to continue their leadership training program. Learning alongside these fierce community advocates was the high of my weekend. Can't wait to see them again! I miss them all so dearly! 😭
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Brigid Hall Jun 9
Soon, when we walk into rooms of power and of elected officials, it will look like this.
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Denise M. Hernández Mar 2
Finally reflecting on the last 2 days of our first meeting. What an inspiration to be around some of the best leaders in TX (Christina & Wendy), the other amazing fellows, & then help the next generation learn to lobby for the future we deserve. I feel so ready!
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Deeds Not Words Jun 21
Congrats to fellows Kwentoria Williams & Jasmin Estrada on their new jobs! Kwentoria was promoted to communications director in the Office of U.S. Rep. Al Green, overseeing all press, social media, and communication. She started as an intern only two years ago!
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Jolt Initiative Aug 15
We stan a queen. "Do you know how many human beings have done that in competition before her? It’s zero. Zero people have pulled that off before, because until Simone Biles did it, it was impossible to do." via
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Jessenia Garcia Aug 11
Such a powerful presentation by the brilliant on the importance of sharing our stories. “Remember your why... it’s all worth it for that person to whom my story mattered to” ✊🏽
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Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez Jul 29
Movement Mujeres is on a Mission to Diversify Texas Politics! 📰:
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Jolt Apr 11
Dolores Huerta, who turned 89 on Wednesday, was a labor leader and civil rights activist who co-founded what would become United Farm Workers with Cesar Chavez.
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Jolt May 29
“... we can’t control where emotions come from. But we can decide how we’re going to look at difficult experiences, we can decide how we’re going to filter that and then move on with the knowledge of this experience.”
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Lyndsi Lambert Jun 12
Yaaaaas!!! Edith, you are amazing!!! And , we can't wait to see what you all continue to accomplish!!!
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Wendy Davis Feb 1
Such an incredible group of fellows. Can’t wait for y’all to get to know them.
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Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez Jun 10
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Daily_Mistakes Aug 4
“When we don’t have the diversity of ideas and representation in government, we don’t get the diverse solutions we need.” 
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