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Bryanna Siguenza

Judicial Accountability Coordinator

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Bryanna has a deep experience in student organizing, federal and state advocacy work. She is a thoughtful and critical policy analyst and political thinker. Bringing leadership experience from her roles in student government and is currently pursing her Masters in Public Policy at USC Sol Price School. She plans on dedicating her life work to improving the lives of vulnerable, underrepresented populations in Los Angeles County to ensure equity and reparations are finally achieved. Bryanna joins us to move our Judicial Accountability and #TransformTheJudiciary work forward!

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A project of Tides Advocacy, our organization is leading a movement to decarcerate the largest jail population in the United States: the LA County jail system, by reducing the power and scope of the judiciary, law enforcement and the legal injustice system. We do this by fighting for a fair and transparent pretrial process, State and local budgets that reflect our values, life-affirming alternatives to incarceration, and judicial accountability.

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