Mari Rose Taruc

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Mari Rose Taruc

Supporting Nikki

Nikki Fortunato Bas 4 Oakland April 21, 2018.

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With Mari Rose Taruc, Gabriel Haaland, Millie Cleveland, Brad Erickson, Nikki Fortunato Bas, Jessamyn Sabbag, Dashiel Johnson, Kimi Lee, Jahmese Kathleen Myres and Isaiah Toney.

National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum

In 2011, Mari Rose Taruc was profiled by the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum. Profiles were "selected from a national pool of fierce sisters working across the country. They're multi-issue, multi-faceted, multi-ethnic movers and shakers. They're artists, activists, moms, attorneys, organizers, students. Together, we'll redefine women leadership and lift up the progressive movement for APA women and girls."[1]

Profiled Women

Ella Baker Center supporter

In 2009 Mari Rose Taruc was a financial supporter of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in Oakland, California.[2]

Movement Generation delegation to Klimateforum09

Thursday December 17, 2009, 12 noon, Copenhagen time Movement Generation delegation members to the Klimateforum09 in Copenhagen gathered at the American Embassy, Copenhagen.

North American indigenous Delegation, Movement Generation Justice and Ecology Project, and the Environmental Justice and Climate Change Initiative, along with other grassroots groups from the United States will deliver a letter to President Barack Obama demanding that the United States take real, rights-based approaches to climate change and ecological debt.

Speakers scheduled were:

Other Resource people from many other organizations were also present, including: Gopal Dayaneni, Movement Generation; Alicia Garza, People Organized to Win Employment Rights (San Francisco, Right to the City, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance); Mari Rose Taruc, Asian Pacific Environmental Network (Movement Generation Bay Area network, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, Richmond); Marisa Franco, Right to the City (NY); Roxana Aguilar, Strategic Actions for a Just Economy (Right to the City, Los Angeles); Jill Johnston, Southwest Workers Union (Grassroots Global Justice Alliance); Diana Lopez, Southwest Workers Union (Grassroots Global Justice Alliance); Jose Bravo, Just Transition Alliance (Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, San Diego); Cecil Corbin-Mark, West Harlem Environmental Actiobn (Environmental Justice Leadership Forum, New York); Jacqui Patterson, Women of Color United (GA); and Diana Pei Wu, Movement Strategy Center (CA).[3]

Oakland Rising

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Oakland Rising June 20, 2014, Remo Fioroni, Abel Guillen, Erin Hagan, Phil Hutchings, Connie Archbold Robinson Malloy, Sandhya Jha, Mari Rose Taruc and Yen Do at Kaiser Center Rooftop Garden.

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