Las Marthas have been essential contributors to cornerstone efforts in the movements we find our selves continuing to build today. Movements that bring race, gender, economics, toxics, goods movement, land use, government and industry accountability, health, and academia together are stronger today because of the well known and behind the scenes work of Las Marthas. They have long histories in the movement and are critical to the continuing success of EYCEJ, and many other spaces. We hope you will join us in honoring their stories and contributing to making our visions of justice realities in the present and in the future.
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