PPMM’s Virtual Capital Dinner ft Dolores Huerta

PPMM’s Virtual Capital Dinner ft Dolores Huerta

Join Planned Parenthood Mar Monte for their first virtual Capital Dinner as they honor some incredible leaders among our communities including Dolores Huerta & Rhodesia Ransom. RSVP here: bit.ly/31bVhRT

When: Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 6:30 PM
Event link will be sent prior to event

Featuring: Lifetime Achievement Award: Dolores Huerta, President/Founder of the Dolores Huerta Foundation & Community Organizer, Ally of the Year: Rhodesia Ransom, Former Tracy City Council Member, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus and Stacy Cross, Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, President & CEO, Jodi Hicks, Planned Parenthood Affiliates of California, President & CEO

VOCES Podcast ft Dolores Huerta

VOCES Podcast ft Dolores Huerta

On #JoltVOCES, Jolt’s Antonio Arellano chats with @DoloresHuerta about about the possibility to end racism & discrimination against immigrants in America & instead celebrate their significant contributions. Listen NOW at www.jolttx.org/voces

Voces is a political podcast produced by Jolt Action that seeks to amplify the voces of progressive leaders and changemakers who are transforming American politics today. Hosted by Antonio Arellano, Voces taps into the issues and topics that matter most to the growing Latinx community and provides unique Latinx perspectives on how we can solve the biggest issues of our times.

A Year On The Frontlines ft. Cecilia Castro hosted by Latino Community Foundation

A Year On The Frontlines ft. Cecilia Castro hosted by Latino Community Foundation

A Year on the Frontlines, a one-year commemoration event of the COVID-19 pandemic in California.

About this Event

As we approach the one year mark of this pandemic, we are bringing together our network of Latino philanthropists, grassroots leaders, and advocates to reflect on the challenges and highlight lessons learned during the pandemic to inform our collective future.

Our panel filled with community leaders will help us inform policymakers and funders on the highlight the immediate and long-term solutions that will lead to our collective healing and rebuilding of a just, equitable California. We will feature:

  • Cecilia Castro of the Dolores Huerta Foundation
  • Luz Gallegos of TODEC Legal Center
  • Armando Valdez of CCAT
  • Jessica Paz-Cedillos of The School or Arts and Culture

We will also be joined by Latino artists, public officials and more. Don’t miss out!




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