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Gabriela Vazquez

Project Coordinator

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Gabriela Vazquez (she/her/hers) is a native Angeleno from the neighborhood of Highland Park. She comes to our organization with experience in labor organizing, community organizing, and legal advocacy for immigrant and low income communities. Gabriela’s passion for organizing and social justice stems from her upbringing; her parents, immigrants from Ecuador and Mexico, met in the United States while working as union organizers. Gabriela recalls participating in picket lines, boycotts, and union hall meetings from a very young age. Her exposure to organizing inspired her to pursue a minor degree in Labor Studies from the University of California, Riverside along with her B.A. in Creative Writing.

Gabriela has joined us in the fight to decarcerate the largest jail population in the United States because she wholeheartedly believes in the importance of uplifting all members of society with care, and not alienation in cages.

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A project of Tides Advocacy,  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 & transparent pretrial process, state & local budgets that reflect our values, life-affirming alternatives to incarceration, and judicial accountability.

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