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Border Community Organizer

Constitutional rights for all Continue Reading Border Community Organizer

Guatemalan Refugee

Guatemalan resident of the Rio Grande Valley (Spanish)

Luz Vega-Marquis, Marguerite Casey Foundation

Luz Vega-Marquis, President and CEO of Marguerite Casey Foundation talks about her #DayofEquity and how she imagines a just and equitable society for all, beginning with restoring voting rights to the formerly incarcerated. Continue Reading Luz Vega-Marquis, Marguerite Casey Foundation

Michael Seifert, Rio Grande Valley Equal Voice Network Weaver

A Day of Equity to Micheal is the Spurs basketball team, a sense of community, and that not a single person that lives along the border feels unsafe.

DayofEquity Trailer

Introduction to the #DayofEquity

Anabella Bastida – Council of Mexican Federations

A Day of Equity for Anabella Bastida means justice, it means that our working families have the resources to feed their families. Equity for our working families means liberty to travel without the fear of being deported.

Josh Healey: Writer, Performer and Creative Activist

What is a Day of Equity? For Josh, a Day of Equity includes free education, free health care and free people.

Jose Luis Marantes, Florida Immigrant Coalition

For Jose, a Day of Equity would be a day when all will be treated equally and viewed by their contributions to society, not by their legal status.

Michael Seifert, Rio Grande Valley Equal Voice Network Weaver

A Day of Equity to Micheal is the Spurs basketball team, a sense of community, and that not a single person that lives along the border feels unsafe.