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Wendy Davis and Cristina Tzintzun have created a program to help get women of color into office. By Rosie Ninesling Published: January 8, Wendy Davis, founder of Deeds Not Wordsand Cristina Tzintzun, executive director for Jolt Initiativehave come together to create Movement Mujeresa fellowship program to support women of color in Texas who are passionate about being heard in politics. This year, a diverse array of 25 women from all over Texas will be selected for the two-year program. At the end of the two years, both Davis and Tzintzun hope to see a portion of their women running for office. Behind her is a colorful hand-painted poster pinned to the wall.

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For Davis, building a community of young women is key. Nadia strove to amplify the voices of immigrant and underserved communities through her work, which included reporting through a grant mkjeres the International Center for Journalists on the lives of American-raised youth in Mexico City. When several members left Texas in the mids in search of better career opportunities, MAS did not renew its corporation status and ceased to exist.

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By Rosie Ninesling Published: January 8, Wendy Davis, founder of Deeds Not Wordsand Cristina Tzintzun, executive director for Jolt Initiativehave come together to create Movement Mujeresa fellowship program to support women of color in Texas who are passionate about being heard in politics. From using personal experience to educate women about the TX Lege to dimistifying sex myths, The Galvanizer harnesses the power of young women and allows them to take control of their own stories.

The biggest thing, she explains, that white women need to do to support women of color, is to show up. One woman who plans to be in the game is current Movement Mujeres fellow Erika Ramirez, who finished her Master of Public Administration degree at George Washington University and came back to Texas after the election, determined to concentrate on helping her own community first.

Marlene is a passionate and mujeges leader fighting for a better world for her son and the next generations to come. The first fellowship group was announced in February and those selected represent more than 14 cities in Texas. In fact, when asked about the most rewarding moments in their careers, their answers were very similar.

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You were born to do this. All fellows have demonstrated leadership potential through work, a belief in progressive values and a dedication to creating change. Look for groups supporting women who want to be involved in policy. Showing up means adding aistin voice to theirs. However, the women they choose must be passionate about representing those who are overlooked in politics.

The goal is to get more women of color into policy discussions and creation through developing mentorship opportunities, introducing them to state leaders and helping them create their own organizations within their communities. Every two years, Movement Mujeres le will choose 25 fellows whose muejres will include meeting mujeees in cities throughout the state. The fellowship is open to Texas women of color between the ages of 21 and In short, they are women on the move, which makes the organization they founded together, Movement Mujeres, a fitting choice for their first collaboration.

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Showing up is engaging women of ,ujeres in conversation, asking them about their experiences, and listening, listening, listening. Find an issue you care about and get involved with advocacy groups working for that cause. The Encuentro was part of a six-week multimedia festival of the arts, funded and organized by the nonprofit Austin organization Women and their Work, which brought together over women artists from all over the state.

She also brings experience in nonprofit communication and initially became involved with Jolt as a volunteer in Behind her is a colorful hand-painted poster pinned to the wall. Movement Mujeres offers fellows a modest stipend to continue their leadership work in their communities, covers travel costs for fellowship-related events and offers funding for child care if needed.

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They will then be matched with other successful women of color, who will act as mentors as they forge their paths in the public-policy sector. Find a mentor. Missed the deadline? Her father is white and of Irish descent. Both Wendy Davis and Cristina Tzintzun are deeply experienced in standing up for those unheard. Marlene knows firsthand the inequalities and the hardships perpetuated by poverty. She has a background in journalism and, prior to ing Jolt, worked as a reporter on U.

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Ultimately, their teams helped pass more than 18 bills into law, including SB 37, which reversed a law that allowed the state to ban professional holders, like teachers and nurses, from renewing their s if they were in default on their student loans. Throughout its existence it organized several important exhibitions, both in and out of Texas, of photography, sculpture, and visual arts.

At this time, members decided to make MAS a network solely for visual artists. While Edith provides all creative direction for the Galvanizer and handles the printing and de for each issue, the young members of Deeds student chapters write and create the content. She studied graphic de at St. Wendy Davis and Cristina Tzintzun have created a program to help get women of color into office.

Movement Mujeres is set on changing not only the male-dominated narrative that we see in our government, but changing the narrative women tell themselves. And both are constantly traversing the state, fighting to change the demographic makeup of the Texas Legislaturewhether from the inside or the outside.

This year, a diverse array of 25 women from all over Texas will be selected for the two-year program. Davis is a seasoned politician who just launched a campaign against Rep. During its first year, MAS served as a network for both literary and visual artists and functioned auxtin a component of the Cultural Center of the League of United Chicano Artists in Austin.

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Austtin, we suggest you take this advice as well. One woman is blond-haired and light-eyed, while the other jokingly describes herself as purebred Mexican Irish. Our community. The new studio became their meeting place, where they gathered to discuss and critique their work and to plan exhibitions. Note: Applications must be submitted by Jan.

They will learn skills such as fundraising, networking and producing op-eds from journalists and current state leaders. However, change also takes grit. As an artist herself, Edith is dedicated to making spaces for young artists to thrive and bringing awareness to the arts' essential role in shifting culture and making change.

One of the subjects discussed was the need to organize a women's art network, and following the conference MAS was created. When she won her state Senate seat inshe turned a longtime Republican stronghold blue. The artists who exhibited under the banner of MAS reflected a variety of styles, from abstract expressionism to social realism, and their concerns ranged from the political to the supernatural.

The chosen fellows were announced in February, right in the thick of the legislative session, giving the women the opportunity to jump right in to advocacy and policy discussions, and showing them that whatever path they choose, they can be a part of shaping Texas.

Currently based in Austin, Andrea is eager to learn more about issues that directly affect women and how together we can work towards social and political change! In the fellowship program will continue with a new set of 25 candidates. Between the two chambers in the state Capitol, there are currently male and 42 female legislators, even though women comprise slightly more than half of the Texas population They are almost like two sides of the same coin.

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