Maria Hernandez

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Maria Hernandez is an organizer for community response to state sanctioned murders of Black people in Chicago. Maria is driving connections between police brutality and political influence. Organizing for Black power in Chicago, holding local officials accountable to progressive promises bringing a strong challenge to the course of campaign work. Maria works with neighborhoods to attend the problem of Black invisibility and dehumanization as a serious matter that impacts our communities on social, political and economic levels

SF Wage Theft Task Force

Gordon Mar October 1, 2012.

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Launch of new SF Wage Theft Task Force with Dolores Huerta, Supervisors David Campos & Eric Mar, Shaw San Liu, Tiffany Crain, Tim Paulson, Conny Ford, Chinese Progressive Association, Filipino Community Center, Young Workers United, Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth, Mujeres Unidas y Activas, San Francisco Labor Council, Unite Here Local 2 and many others! — with Julia Wong, Conny Ford, Eric Mar, Shaw San Liu, Maria Hernandez, Tiffany Crain Altamirano, Timothy Paulson, David Campos, Chelsea Boilard, Guillermina Castellanos, Tom Temprano and Dolores Huerta at San Francisco City Hall.

CA Domestic Domestic Worker Coalition

Gordon Mar September 26, 2013.

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CA Domestic Domestic Worker Coalition an, Assemblyman Tom Ammiano & allies celebrate signing of historic dw bill of rights by Gov. Jerry Brown — with Maria Hernandez, Juana Flores, Guillermina Castellanos, Maria Huerta de Reyes and Dmorgan Feris at California State Capitol.

Caring Across Generations flashmob

Gordon Mar May 10, 2013.

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Caring Across Generations flashmob action at Senator Feinstein's office - Build the World That We Want! With good jobs, fully funded services and quality and affordable care for all! — with La Colectiva de Mujeres, Chyanne Chen, Tony Robles, Maria Guillen, Ken Wang, Guillermina Castellanos, Maria Hernandez, Claudia Reyes, Jane Martin, Lisa Adler, Michael Lyon, Bjorn Toulouse, Sascha Bittner, Nikki Brown Booker, Hene Kelly, Sarah Jarmon, Steph St. Clair, Pete Woiwode and Jobs with Justice San Francisco at One Post Plaza.

2018 conference

Democratic Progressive Caucus of Florida, May 20 2018 statewide conference in Gainesville

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With Mike Shlasko, Susan Smith, Paul Edward Anarumo, Pj Espinal, Mario Piscatella, Paul Truman, Denise Lombardi, Miguel Valdez, Anna Breedlove, Seth Alexander Smith, Nancy Carola Jacobson, Monica P. DePaul, Mitchell Stollberg, Maria Hernandez, Wendy Sejour, Lisa Murano, Sara Doyle McFadden, Beau Robichaux, Tom Wells, Gayle Morgan, Katy Burnett, Harvey Ward, Marilyn Cappiello, Vicki Roush, Michael Calderin and Iris Burke.

EJL Fellows 2018

Movement for Black Lives May 21 2018:

We are so excited to announce the inaugural Electoral Justice League! These 12 fellows come from each region in the US and will work to mobilize our communities to the polls around issues that are important to us. From candidate campaigns to legislative agenda, these fellows are working to usher in the political renaissance of our time. This fellowship will train them to become the strategic political directors of our movement.

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Jamila Torrain Baltimore, Rodney Brown St. Louis, Ociele Hawkins Philadelphia, Wanda Mosley South Fulton, Levell Strong Miami, Kiana Calloway New Orleans, Shahidah Jones Memphis, Natalie Offiah Jackson, Maria Hernandez Chicago, Anita Wills San Leandro, Teresa Mabry Phoenix, Chaniqua Simpson Raleigh.

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