Jesus Vazquez Negron

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Jesus Vazquez Negron

Cuban childcare

It Takes Roots November 5 · 2019·

Cuba is a world leader in early childhood development. 99.5%+ of young children attend a nursery. A combination of gov't programs & family involvement are key to #Cuba's great strides in nurturing young children.

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The #ItTakesRoots delegation that is currently in Cuba met with Cuban families for first hand information. — with Marion Gee and Jesus Vazquez Negron.

Steering Committee

Climate Justice Alliance June 15 2019·

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The members of the Climate Justice Alliance Steering Committee are currently meeting in Puerto Rico, to chart the course of CJA, to deepen our alignment, build community and to meet with frontline community groups, who are leading the #JustRecovery, and are building “local living economies” models focused on clean community energy, regional food systems, efficient, affordable, and durable housing, ecosystem restoration and stewardship. — with Lisa Abbott, Marion Gee, Aghilah Nadaraj, Jesus Vazquez Negron, Mateo Nube, Eddie Bautista, Elizabeth Yeampierre, Angela Adrar, Ice Cube, Anthony Rogers-Wright, Senowa Mize-Fox, Jayeesha Dutta, Maria Irene Lopez, Jose T. Bravo and Jaron Browne.Climate Justice Alliance April 2 ·2019·

The members of the badass Climate Justice Alliance Steering Committee are working together with love, with respect, with the humility that honors the ancestors, and they just got reinforcements!

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We are excited to welcome five amazing new Climate Jedi Warriors: Jayeesha Dutta from Another Gulf Is Possible, Jesus Vazquez Negron of Organizacion Boricua de Agricultura Ecologica de Puerto Rico, Kirtrina Baxter of the Black Dirt Farm Collective, Maria Lopez-Nunez of the Ironbound Community Corporation and Sharon Lewis of the Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice joined the CJA Steering Committee Co-Chairs Elizabeth Yeampierre, the Executive Director of UpRose Bk and Mateo Nube the Co-Director of Movement Generation, as well as their fellow Steering Committee members Aghilah Nadaraj of the Kheprw Institute, Burt Lauderdale of Kentuckians For The Commonwealth, Darryl Molina Sarmiento of Communities For A Better Environment, Denise Blackburn Abdul-Rahman of the Indiana NAACP, Jaron Browne of Grassroots Global Justice, Miya Yoshitani of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN), and Tom Goldtooth of the Indigenous Environmental Network.

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