Escuelita 2017

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Two days of political education…

To create political home. To work together.
To become the freedom fighters and builders that we need.

“My favorite moment was seeing people across all generations and experiences with organizing understand and get that if we are going to build a Latinx movement, it must be a pro-black, pro-women, pro-poor, and pro-LGBTQI. “

“It’s clear that Latinxs need a home to analyze, think, strategize, and act.”

“It was an honor to be there. The work in Chile reminded me of what we tried to do here generations ago.”