Posts Tagged ‘electoral’

VIDEO: Building Power Sin, Contra y Desde El Estado

April 12th, 2022

We are Latinx & Chicanx people part of movements for justice & self determination for all, embracing the “Sin, Contra, Desde” framework. We’re sharing our brand new animated video telling the story of sin/contra/desde at Mijente.

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Local Electeds Fellowship: 10 Latinx Leaders

April 8th, 2022

Meet the first cohort of Mijente’s Fellowship for Local Elected Officials: 10 Latinx City Council members from around the country! Below you learn more about them and the residents they represent. The fellowship is a part of the Desde el Estado work of Mijente Support Committee (MSC). Organizing to put community leaders and organizers into […]

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Assuring Latinx Voters Make their Mark in Atlanta Politics

November 4th, 2021

  In 2020, Mijente PAC made history alongside GLAHR Action Network (GAN) by knocking on every Latinx voter door in Georgia for the Senate runoff election. This year, GAN was back on the doors.   The Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR) was founded in 2001 to educate and organize a base of Latino […]

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Pasos Pa’lante: Mijente Democratic Primary Endorsement

January 31st, 2020

The moment feels like it was yesterday. At a local Phoenix community center , we waited for the results of the 2016 election — waited to find out if our push to finally topple Maricopa County’s notorious sheriff Joe Arpaio had been successful. Local election results trickled in, and it became clear that we’d won. […]

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Six Wins to Revel in from Chicago’s Election Beyond the Mayor’s Race

February 27th, 2019

We asked local comic designer and art activist and organizer, Vicko Alvarez Vega, to break down why last night’s election was a victory against Chicago machine politics at every level.  References to machine politics and race dynamics in Chicago aren’t super common in other cities so very briefly here’s a summary of how much this […]

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