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Sunday, February 17 • 1:35pm - 2:50pm
Allyship Plenary: A Panel Discussion With Social Justice Partner Organization Representatives

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The voice of experience
Partners from longstanding social justice organizations bring yesterday's allyship trainings to life. How can we support this work? How might we understand our roles as allies? NOTE: This session is followed by a breakout to workshop specific plans.

CHIRLA - Immigrant Rights
FOOD & WATER WATCH - Issue Advocacy
EQUALITY CALIFORNIA - LGBTQ Coalition
CAIR - American Islamic Relations
LA VOICE - Faith-Based Coalition
CALIFORNIANS FOR SAFETY AND JUSTICE - Justice System and Minorities

Moderators
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Carolyn Chriss

Group Leader, Indivisible Sherman Oaks
Leader of The Indivisibles of Sherman Oaks, Part of CA State Strong, Federal Policy Committee. New Delegate to the Central Committee of the Dem Party for AD 46. Talk to me about COALITIONS and Indivisible's megaphone. “If I Can't Dance, I Don't Want To Be Part of Your Revolution... Read More →
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Alicia Jones

Associate Organizing Director - West Coast, Indivisible National - Organizing
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Bobby Michaels

Senior Regional Organizer, West Coast, Indivisible National - Organizing
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Dani Negrete

Senior Political Associate, Indivisible National - Political

Speakers
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Jasmin Vargas

Senior Organizer, Food and Water Watch
Jasmin comes from an environmental justice and climate justice background in organizing and building community power. Working in the nexus of labor and environment she is currently focused on envisioning a Just Transition for LA to a 100% clean energy economy. Her activism is supported... Read More →
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Apolonio Morales

Political Director, CHIRLA
Apolonio (Polo) Morales is proud to serve the immigrant community as the Political Director for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles. He attended the University of California at Berkeley and graduated with an English degree and an Education minor. After college... Read More →
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Fayaz Nawabi

Policy and Advocacy Manager, Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Fayaz Nawabi is the Policy and Advocacy Manager for the Greater Los Angeles Area office of the Council on American Islamic Relations. Mr. Nawabi has become an increasingly prominent voice in the American Muslim Community, is a Hafiz of Quran, community organizer, khateeb, civil rights... Read More →
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Jerron Jordan

#TimeDone/Second Chances Project Director, Californianz for Safety & Justice
Jay Jordan has worked at the intersection of social justice and politics throughout his career. During his tenure at LA Voice PICO, Jay was instrumental in recruiting and training churches in the South Los Angeles area. He served as one of the lead organizers for the Campaign to Ban... Read More →


Sunday February 17, 2019 1:35pm - 2:50pm
Cafeteria Lincoln Middle School at 1501 California Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90403

Attendees (76)