Provide Public Comment in Support of Dolores Huerta Day at BCSD

#CALLTOACTION: PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT BY TOMORROW MARCH 23TH @ 4:00 PM VIA EMAIL SUPT@BCSD.COM. Be sure to include your name, subject “Agenda item E-2” & Why you support #DoloresHuerta Day (April 10th)!

PROPORCIONE UN COMENTARIO PÚBLICO PARA EL MAÑANA 24 DE MARZO A LAS 4:00 PM POR CORREO ELECTRÓNICO A SUPT@BCSD.COM. ¡Asegúrate de incluir tu nombre, asunto “Agenda item E-2” y por qué apoyas el Día De #DoloresHuerta (10 de abril)!

Defensores de la democracia: Elecciónes 2020

Defensores de la democracia: Elecciónes 2020

CUENTA AL DÍA DE ELECCIONES

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¿Tienes preguntas? ¿Necesitas ayuda para votar? ¿Quieres conocer las fechas importantes de esta elección? ¡HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA OBTENER INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE PARA EL VOTANTE!

¿Quieres participar? ¡Ofrézcase como voluntario para asegurarse de que todos en nuestra comunidad salgan a VOTAR! ¡HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA UNIRSE AL MOVIMIENTO!

¿Está tratando de decidir cómo debe votar sobre las iniciativas de votación de California? ¡HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA OBTENER LA GUÍA OFICIAL DEL VOTANTE DEL DHF!

¡SI EN PROP 15!

¡SI EN PROP 16!

¡SI EN PROP 21!

DHF Vecinos Unidos, Voluntarios, Partidarios y Personal están trabajando arduamente para asegurarse de que todos los votantes elegibles estén registrados, tengan toda la información que necesitan y un plan para votar en las elecciones generales. ¡Esta puede ser la elección más importante de nuestras vidas! ¡Únase a nosotros en DEFENDIENDO LA DEMOCRACIA y haciendo una gran diferencia este noviembre!

La votación es importante. Dolores Huerta dice: “¡El día de las elecciones es el día más importante de tu vida!” y “Deberías votar como si tu vida dependiera de ello, ¡porque así es!” ¡HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA RAZONES SÓLIDAS PARA VOTAR!

¡¡¡Por qué TIENES que VOTAR !!!

¡¡¡Por qué TIENES que VOTAR !!!

La elección de este año va más allá de quién será presidente. Su voto es su voz en temas que afectan la vivienda, la educación, el empleo y la atención médica.

Ayude a hacer una diferencia en su comunidad durante estas elecciones generales y únase a nosotros para defender nuestra democracia.

Aquí hay algunas razones por las que debe registrarse y votar:

  1. Las elecciones tienen consecuencias.
    Tiene el poder de decidir la calidad de vida que desea para usted y las generaciones futuras. Votar es su oportunidad de defender los problemas que le interesan, como el transporte público, el aumento del salario mínimo o la financiación de las escuelas locales. Esta es tu vida: tómate el tiempo para ayudar a decidir qué es lo mejor.

  2. No votar es renunciar a la voz.
    Las elecciones las decide la gente que sale a votar. Tómese su tiempo para conocer las medidas y los candidatos. Si no vota, otra persona tomará la decisión por usted. Tu poder está en tu voto.

  3. Es tu dinero.
    Paga impuestos, pero ¿sabe cómo se utiliza ese dinero? La mayoría de la gente no lo hace. La votación es su oportunidad de elegir cómo se gastan los dólares de sus impuestos, como los fondos para la atención médica y los servicios sociales.

  4. Votar es una oportunidad de cambio.
    ¿Quieres generar un impacto positivo? ¡Votar te da esa oportunidad! Apoye a los candidatos y las medidas electorales que pueden ayudar a su comunidad, estado e incluso a la nación para un bien mayor. Haga oír su voz en estas elecciones.

  5. ¡La comunidad depende de ti!
    Nuestras comunidades están formadas por amigos, seres queridos, vecinos y niños. Es posible que algunos no sepan lo importante que es votar, mientras que otros no tienen el privilegio. Tome la decisión de votar por usted mismo y los que le rodean.

Asegúrese de que se escuche su voz – VOTAR

Join us for VOTE FOR OUR FUTURE Virtual Ballot Party 10/08!

Join us for VOTE FOR OUR FUTURE Virtual Ballot Party 10/08!

Join us, alongside the Million Voters Project as Dolores Huerta rallies for YES on Prop 15. More info: https://bit.ly/mvpparty RSVP AT: https://bit.ly/mvpparty Fill out your ballot whiling vibing to the sounds of DJ Rony G & Las Cafeteras.
Únase a nosotros, junto con Million Voters Project, mientras Dolores Huerta se moviliza por SÍ a la Proposición 15. Más información: https://bit.ly/mvpparty. Regístrese AHORA en: https://bit.ly/mvpparty Complete su boleta mientras baila con la música de DJ Rony G & Las Cafeteras. 

¿TA COntad@? The Big Census 2020 Taco Give Away

¿TA COntad@? The Big Census 2020 Taco Give Away

Good news! The deadline for the 2020 U.S. census survey has been extended to

Saturday, Oct 31st 2020!!!

In an effort to get everyone in our communities counted, the Dolores Huerta Foundation is hosting a huge

TACO GIVEAWAY WEEKEND!!!

Come on down and fill out your 2020 Census online and get a FREE TACO!

My2020Census.org

Sat. 10/3 in Weedpatch at the parking lot of the Weedpatch Market from 11 am – 2pm (or until tacos run out)

Sat. 10/3 at the Bakersfield Swap Meet at the Kern County Fairgrounds entrance on Union from 10am to 2pm (or until tacos run out)

Sun. 10/4 in Arvin at the Corner of Bear Mountain Blvd and South Comanche (caddy corner from the 7-11) from 11 am – 2pm (or until tacos run out)

Anyone who has questions or needs assistance completing their 2020 Census survey can call the DHF helpline at 1-833-564-6343 or 1-833-JOIN-DHF.

WE COUNT! WE VOTE! WE WIN!

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¡Buenas noticias! La fecha límite para la encuesta del Censo de 2020 se extendió hasta el 31 de octubre.

Sábado 31 de Octubre de 2020!!!

Para ayudar a que todos en nuestras comunidades sean contados, la Fundación Dolores Huerta está organizando una gran

FIN DE SEMANA REGALO DE TACOS !!!

¡Venga y complete su Censo 2020 en línea y obtenga un TACO GRATIS!

My2020Census.org

sábado el 10/3 en Weedpatch en el estacionamiento del Weedpatch Market de 11 am a 2 pm (o hasta que se acaben los tacos)

sábado 10/3 en el Bakersfield Swap Meet en la entrada del recinto ferial del condado de Kern en Union de 10 a.m. a 2 p.m. (o hasta que se acaben los tacos)

domingo el 10/4 en Arvin en la esquina de Bear Mountain Blvd y South Comanche (esquina de caddie del 7-11) de 11 am a 2 pm (o hasta que se acaben los tacos)

Cualquier persona que necesite ayuda para completar su encuesta del Censo de 2020 puede llamar a la línea de ayuda de DHF al 1-833-564-6343

¡CONTAMOS! ¡VOTAMOS! ¡GANAMOS!

PROP 15 CALL TO ACTION

PROP 15 CALL TO ACTION

UNTIL BALLOTS DROP ON OCTOBER 5TH & UNTIL WE CAN VOTE YES ON PROP 15

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PROP 15:

  • The Schools & Communities First initiative will be key to California’s recovery and reinvestment strategy, and the investments generated by this initiative represent vital resources that will go towards how California rebuilds after this crisis  The initiative will generate $12 billion every year for local governments and schools by closing corporate tax loopholes benefitting a fraction of those at the top, not nickel and diming Californians.
  • Schools & Communities First PROTECTS homeowners and renters, small businesses, and agriculture from any changes.
  • We simply can’t afford corporate tax loopholes at the expense of essential workers, critical local services, and schools. ESPECIALLY NOT NOW.

OUR OPPOSITION MIGHT BE ABLE TO OUTSPEND US, BUT THEY CAN’T OUTWORK US. NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT.THEY WILL SPEND MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ON AN AD CAMPAIGN TO DECEIVE CALIFORNIA VOTERS. FEEL FREE TO CHECK OUT THE BEST WAYS TO DEBUNK THE LIES HERE: Yes On 15 Debunking The Scare Tactics

WE HAVE THE PEOPLE ON OUR SIDE.  

NOW is the time to ORGANIZE.NOW is the time to MOBILIZE. 

PLEASE SHARE WITH YOUR NETWORKS & POTENTIAL VOLUNTEERS: HERE’S HOW YOU CAN TAKE ACTION NOW:

Learning about Prop 15:Prop 15 WebsiteFrequently Asked QuestionsProp 15 & Voting FAQ
Sign Up to Phonebank:Sign up for a Phonebank (Sun 12 – 3, Tues, Wed, Thur 4-7)Sign up for our Spanish Phonebanks on Wednesdays!If you are looking to make calls on your own, please reach out to ehoneycutt@doloreshuerta.org 
Text and call your friends/family or others in the Central Valley about Prop 15!Reach out to everyone in your phonebook or get a list from us to build support for Prop 15!Sign up for a training (Mondays 4 – 6)Or get set up on your own to text your family & friends!! 
Find other ways to get involvedSign up here for other ways to get involvedSign up for a Voter Registration Training in English Sundays at 5:30!Sign up for a Voter Registration Training in Spanish Domingos 4 pm!! 


For more information, please contact Eliana Jimenez Honeycutt, Pronouns: She / Her / Hers, Civic Engagement Coordinator, Dolores Huerta Foundation
p: (661) 322-3033 EXT 504 c: (559) 579-2734

DHF Voter Guide General Elections 2020

DHF Voter Guide General Elections 2020

Paid for by the Dolores Huerta Foundation and not authorized by any candidate or committee controlled by a candidate.

For more information call the Official DHF Helpline at 1-833 – Join DHF or 1-833-564 6343

Pagado por la Fundación Dolores Huerta y no autorizado por ningún candidato o comité controlado por un candidato.

Para obtener más información, llame a la línea de ayuda oficial del DHF al 1 (833) 564 6343

Defensores de la democracia: Elecciónes 2020

DHF Defenders of Democracy: 2020 Elections Central

ELECTION DAY COUNTDOWN

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Para leer esta información en Español HAGA CLIC EN ESTE ENLACE

Do you have questions? Need help voting? Want to know the important dates for this election? CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT VOTER INFORMATION!

Want to get involved? Volunteer to make sure everyone in our community gets out to VOTE! CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE MOVEMENT!

Are you trying to decide how you should vote on California’s ballot initiatives? CLICK HERE FOR THE OFFICIAL DHF VOTER GUIDE!

YES ON PROP 15!

YES ON PROP 16!

YES ON PROP 21!

DHF Vecinos Unidos, Volunteers, Supporters and Staff are working hard to make sure every eligible voter is registered, has all the information they need and a plan to vote in the general elections. This may be the most important election of our lives! Join us in DEFENDING DEMOCRACY and making a big difference this November!

Voting matters. Dolores Huerta says, “Election Day is the most important day of your life!” and “You should vote like your life depends on it, because it does!” CLICK HERE FOR SOLID REASONS TO VOTE!

Important Voter Information

Important Voter Information

General Voter ResourcesCA Secretary of State’s website vote.ca.gov and CA Secretary of State’s General Voter Information Hotlines (800) 345-VOTE (8683) – English (800) 232-VOTA (8682) – español / Spanish Voter Information in other languages: SpanishChineseHindiJapaneseKhmerKoreanTagalogThai or Vietnamese 
Getting a BallotCA Online Voter Registration, CA Voter Registration Status Lookup, Same-Day Voter Registration Info Voter Registration Frequently Asked Questions Ballot Tracker & Notifications: wheresmyballot.sos.ca.gov
What’s on My Ballot?Ballot Look-up Tool- EnglishBallot Look-up Tool- Spanish Dolores Huerta Foundation Voter Guide  MVP Voter Guide
How & Where do I Vote?Find a Voting LocationText the word “Vote” to GOVOTE (468683) Visit the Secretary of State’s online Polling Location finder https://www.sos.ca.gov/elections/polling-place/Vote By Mail Explained FlyerHow to Have Someone Else Return Your Ballot
Was My Vote Counted?Ballot Tracker/ Verification: https://california.ballottrax.net/voter/ Como Hacer Seguimiento de su boleta: Guion en espanol 
Voter ProtectionVoter Protection Hotline, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683) in English 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (1-888-939-8682) en español. CA Voters Bill of Rights
Kern County ResourcesFresno County Resources
Tulare County ResourcesLos Angeles County/ Antelope Valley Resources

¡¡¡Por qué TIENES que VOTAR !!!

Why you HAVE to VOTE!!!

This year’s election goes beyond who will be president. Your vote is your voice on issues affecting housing, education, employment and healthcare.

Help make a difference in your community during this general election and join us in defending our democracy.

Here are just a few reasons why you should get registered and vote: 

1. Elections have consequences.

You have the power to decide on the quality of life you want for yourself and future generations. Voting is your chance to stand up for the issues you care about like public transportation, raising minimum wage, or funding local schools. This is your life: take the time to help decide what’s best.
 

2. Not voting is giving up your voice.

Elections are decided by the people who go out and vote. Take some time and learn about the measures and the candidates. If you don’t vote, someone else will make the decision for you. Your power is in your vote.
 

3. It’s your money.

You pay taxes, but do you know how that money is being used? Most people don’t. Voting is your chance to choose how your tax dollars are spent – such as funding for health care and social services. 
 

4. Voting is an opportunity for change.

Do you want to make a positive impact? Voting gives you that chance! Support the candidates and ballot measures that can help your community, state, and even the nation for the greater good. Make your voice heard in these elections. 
 

5. The community depends on you!

Our communities are made up of friends, loved ones, neighbors, and children. Some may not know how important voting is, while others don’t have the privilege. Make the decision to vote for yourself and those around you. 

Make sure your voice is heard – VOTE

Desembolsar a la Policía del Distrito Escolar Kern High e invertir en la juventud!

Desembolsar a la Policía del Distrito Escolar Kern High e invertir en la juventud!

La colaborativa de justicia educativa del condado de Kern (KEJC): ¡Todos O Nadie, Construyendo Comunidades Saludables Sur de Kern, La Fundación Dolores Huerta, Fe en Vallé, Primero y Siempre Melanina, y El Movimiento Jakara, solicitan su apoyo para pedirle al distrito que recorte fondos del departamento policial del distrito de las Preparatorias de Kern (KHSD) para invertir en los estudiantes! Los departamentos de policía del condado de Kern tienen una historia larga de violencia y estos son los mismos oficiales que siempre acaban en el departamento de policía de KHSD y en nuestras escuelas.

Es hora de reinventar la seguridad escolar y poner fin a la criminalización de los estudiantes Afroamericanos y estudiantes Latinos en el condado de Kern.

¡Necesitamos su ayuda! El Distrito Escolar de las preparatorias de Kern adoptará su presupuesto el lunes 29 de junio de 2020.

Como apoyar la campaña:

1. Firma nuestra petición para recortar fondos de la policía de KHSD y comprométete a enviarla a 5 amigos o familiares. Lenguaje de petición en español aquí Peticion: bit.ly/Sign2DefundKernHighPolice

2. Firme nuestra carta de apoyo organizacional 

3. Envíe un comentario público al Distrito Escolar de las Preparatorias de Kern para la reunión de la junta de la mesa directiva del 29 de junio.

4. Comparta cualquier gráfico en sus redes sociales utilizando nuestro kit para redes sociales: AQUÍ

DÍA DE PLAZO ES 29 DE JUNIO DE 2020 a las 12:00 p.m.

Cómo enviar comentarios públicos:

Envíe un correo electrónico a publiccomment@kernhigh.org o llame al (833) 827-3708 para dejar un correo de voz no más de 3 minutos.

Muestra de Comentario público

 Comentario público para la reunión de la Junta del 29 de junio de 2020 sobre el “presupuesto 2020-21”

Hola mi nombre es ________. Yo soy un [estudiante, padre, miembro de la comunidad, parent,etc] del Distrito de las Preparatorias en Kern. Yo estoy urgiendo que los miembros de la mesa directiva adopten un presupuesto para el año 2020-21 que recorte los fondos del departamento de policía de las Preparatorias en Kern y inverta en los jóvenes.  POLICÍAS NO PERTENECEN EN LAS ESCUELAS. Es tiempo de reimaginar la seguridad escolar, despenalizar estudiantes Afroamericanos y Latinos, y invertir aproximadamente $4 millones para:

  • Contratar consejeros, trabajadores sociales, psicólogos, médicos de salud mental y enfermeras adicionales.
  • Contratar maestros de varias etnicidades que reflejen la población estudiantil.
  • Implementar estudios étnicos.
  • Contratar practicantes de justicia restaurativa y eliminar a todos los policías de los modelos de justicia restaurativa e intervención y apoyo de comportamiento positivo. [agregar cualquier otra sugerencia para el presupuesto]

Por favor, ayúdenos a correr la voz y mandar esta información a otras personas. 

Síganos en instagram @KernEducationJusticeCollab y Facebook KernEducationJusticeCollaborative

Dolores Huerta Birthday Calls to Action!

For our California folks, you can also…

For our California folks…

  • Help us gather and amplify stories about what’s happening to our families and communities right now in the COVID-19 crisis: https://www.endchildpovertyca.org/stories/. We are hearing from policymakers that they need more on-the-ground data from families and communities about how the coronavirus crisis is impacting people. Together we can impact and transform policies. 
  • Learn about and Vote YES for the Schools and Communities First Initiative on the November Ballot https://www.schoolsandcommunitiesfirst.org/
  • Urge Governor Newsom to order a moratorium on expulsions in K-12. Letter Here
  • Sign petition to qualify the California Stem Cell Research, Treatment, and Cures Initiative of 2020 in California. Learn more and sign the petition here caforcures.org
  • Share the Kern County COVID-19 resource guides at this link https://doloreshuerta.org/dhf-kern-covid-19-resource-list/

Census 2020

Census 2020

The Census is HERE!

The Census is HERE! Check your mail boxes for your invitation to participate in an important and heroic act of solidarity. Counting everyone in our community is urgent and extremely necessary.  For every person not counted in the Census, we could lose $20,000 over the 10 years. Critical health services like responses to the Coronavirus, not to mention childcare, housing, education programs and political representation depend on Census funding. 

We’ll all need to do our part to adapt and adjust accordingly as our community grapples with this unprecedented public health emergency. For the first time, the U.S. Census questionnaires will be available by phone or online. It has never been easier to respond on your own. Avoid having a Census enumerator visit your home by responding TODAY! Tell and remind your neighbors. We are all in this together. If your family and neighbors don’t participate, we all lose out. 

By using the unique code, given in your invitation, you can fill out the 9-question survey. 

You have the power to shape your community!

The 2020 Census will count everyone, including children, in the country by April 1st, your confidential response to the Census questionnaire will help ensure funding and fair representation. Reclaim your power! 

The Census survey can be completed online at My2020Census.gov and by phone.

English 844-330-2020

Spanish 844-468-2020

Please contact Eliana Honeycutt at ehoneycutt@doloreshuerta.org or (661) 527-3898, if you have any questions about completing the census.

Call to Action: Join DHF in Community Outreach, Sat. Feb. 29, 9:30am

Call to Action: Join DHF in Community Outreach, Sat. Feb. 29, 9:30am

Join DHF in raising awareness of CENSUS 2020, the March Primary Elections, and the importance of tax-equity/investing in our neighborhoods.

Saturday, February 29th, 9:30 am – 2:00 pm

BAKERSFIELD- Brower Building, 1527 19th Street, Bakersfield, CA 93301, Suite 422. For more information contact, Eliana Jimenez Honeycutt, Civic Engagement Coordinator, (661) 322-3033 ext. 504, ehoneycutt@doloreshuerta.org

TULARE – DHF Office, 197 N. K St, Tulare, CA 93274. For more information contact Angel Ruiz, Civic Engagement Coordinator-Tulare, (818) 209-7268, aruiz@doloreshuerta.org

FRESNO – Sanger DHF Office, 1446 7th Street, Sanger, CA 93657. For more information contact Dayana Lopez- Fresno Organizer, (559) 328-9635, dlopez@doloreshuerta.org

Please remember to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Consider a hat as protection from the sun. Water and lunch will be provided.

RSVP at this link COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND AWARENESS

Or, feel free to just show up!

March for Educational Justice, Thurs. 1/30, 5:30pm

March for Educational Justice, Thurs. 1/30, 5:30pm

The Dolores Huerta Foundation and Vecinos Unidos call all parents, students, teachers, and community members to join us in marching for educational justice.We must demand that the Kern High School district faithfully implement the agreed upon practices that will create a positive school environment and will improve academic outcomes for black and brown students

.March for Educational Justice
Thursday, January 30th at 5:30 pm 
Meeting at Ross

3761 Ming Ave. Bakersfield, CA 93309 
Marching to West High School
1200 New Stine Rd, Bakersfield, CA 93309 
Click this link to share Facebook invite to march.

6:30 pm Press Conference at West High School
7:00pm KHSD FINAL Community Forum * As mandated by the lawsuit settlement KHSD is required to provide a progress report to the community.

Are you a Kern High School District parent or student? We want to hear from you! Please click on the links to fill out this quick survey and tell us about your experience in your school! 

YOUTH SURVEY

PARENTS/GUARDIANS SURVEY 

 Six years ago, parents and students along with civil rights lawyers with support from community organizations like the Dolores Huerta Foundation,  filed a lawsuit against the Kern High School District to force the district to end their discriminatory discipline practices that deprived black and brown students of their right to an education.

For more info please follow us
Instagram  @KernEducationJusticeCollab
Facebook.com/KernEducationJusticeCollaborative

URGENT COMMUNITY ACTION IS CRITICAL

  • KHSD has failed to hire diverse teachers with only 3% black teachers, 17% latino, and 63% white. 
  • While suspensions and expulsions have gone significantly down, students are being pushed into continuation schools at alarming rates. Continuation schools don’t have the same types of supports and services that comprehensive schools have. 
  • Although African American students only make up 8% of the KHSD population, they have high rates of assistance at continuation schools. Example: Vista Continuation School has 14% African American students and only has a 36% graduation rate.
  • In 2018-19 At the continuation school Vista West, there were 21 Special education students, with only one special education teacher.
  • Bottom line: Black students continue to have disproportionate rates for voluntary transfers, involuntary transfers, and are still being suspended at 2-3 more times than their white peers. 

Census 2020 Town Halls

Census 2020 Town Halls

The DHF’s #BeDownWithTheCount Campaign will educate hard-to-count communities about the financial and political benefits of being counted. Therefore, Dolores Huerta Foundation invites YOU to join us for our Census 2020 Town Halls during the month of January!

Childcare, Food & Translation will be provided.

Claim YOUR power!
Find out how YOUR count matters in the 2020 Census and about how $20,000 can help our neighborhood build schools, health centers, and housing!

Everyone COUNTS!
Everyone of us must ensure we get counted. The Census counts each living person. Your “count” helps schools, housing and healthcare over 10 years!

Fair Representation!
By participating, our data will represent our political power in Congress and State Legislature.

Confidentiality!
You are protected. Your responses cannot be used against you or anyone in your household. It is against the law!

How It BENEFITS our community:
Build Schools, Health Centers & Hospitals.
Funds Housing, Roads & Community Programs.
Creates JOBS!

Find a Census 2020 Town Hall near YOU!

  • Caruthers, California: January 8th, 2019 at Caruthers District Fair, 13599 S. Raider Ave. 93609 For more information: Maria Galvan – (559) 864-2040
  • Lindsay, California: January 14, 2020 at 755 N Elmwood Ave, Lindsay, CA 93247, United States Organizer: Pam Whalen (559) 994-9390
  • Fresno, California: January 16, 2020 at Wesley United Methodist Church, 1343 E. Barstow Ave. 93710 Organizer: Dayana Lopez – (559) 328-9635
  • Parlier, California: January 18, 2020 at Parlier Junior High School, 1200 E. Parlier Ave. 93648 Organizer: Lourdes Medina – (559) 908-4692
  • Woodlake, California: January 21, 2020 at Woodlake Veterans Memorial, 355 Acacia St, 93286 Organizer: Pam Whalen – (559) 994-9390
  • Sanger, California: January 23, 2020 at DHF Sanger Office, 1446 7th St. Sanger, CA 93657 Organizer: Lourdes Medina – (559) 908-4692

For more information: Pam Whalen (559) 994-9390 or pwhalen@doloreshuerta.org

Call to Action: !Si Se Puede! on #GivingTuesday

Call to Action: !Si Se Puede! on #GivingTuesday

The DHF counts on your support to continue the grassroots community organizing and leadership development that improves neighborhoods and transforms lives. This takes a huge amount of resources. Your donation helps continue our work and organize new communities.Your generous #GivingTuesday donations will strengthen our programs: making a real impact and transforming our communities. 

Help with the costs of meals and childcare for trainings where parents gain the skills necessary to navigate the school system, challenge proven discriminatory discipline practices, and advocate for their children to ensure they receive the quality education all children deserve.

Your donation helps cover the rental costs for a hall where we hold community forums to educate the public on critical issues such as the census, Schools and Communities First, and candidate forums where elected officials are invited to hear directly from their constituents. DHF hosts these gatherings monthly in five rural communities: Arvin, Lamont, Woodlake, Lindsay, and Sanger.

Your generous gift contributes to the travel expenses for a group youth to participate in a statewide leadership development camping trip where they connect with other young “changemakers” and strategize, learning how to become their own powerful advocates in advancing youth rights and impacting local and state policies.

It would mean a great deal to me, and the communities we serve, if you could support our DHF #GivingTuesday Campaign.

Thank you for your continued commitment to ensuring that our communities have the skills and support they need to organize for equality and justice.

¡Sí Se Puede!
Dolores Huerta
President

P.S. Use the hashtag #GivingTuesday to show your support on social media after you make your donation and to encourage your community to do the same.

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