Member

“I march because it's important to me to follow in the footsteps of the women before me, and it is my civil duty.”

Juliette Ochoa

Human Rights Activist #familiesbelongtogether #BLM

Location Icon Norwalk, CT, USA

About Me

A little bit about myself, I just turned 17 a couple months ago. My favorite thing to do is watch documentaries or new shows on Netflix. When I entered high school 4 years ago, I went through many traumatic experiences which have influenced me and impacted the person I am today. Luckily, high school changed me for good, I became more socially aware and enjoy helping out in my community. I also volunteer at a senior home which I have some of my best memories. I love going to school and seeing my friends, but history classes are my favorite. Next year I am hoping to major in political science and someday be in the U.S. government.

Communities I Identify With and/or Want to Collaborate With

Immigrants
Indigenous Peoples
LGBTQIA+
People of Color
Women
Youth and Minors

I Want to Take Action on

Abortion Rights
Access to Water
Children’s Rights
Civil Rights
Climate Change
Education
Employment
Equality
Fair Wages
Female Genital Mutilation
Free Speech
Girls’ Rights
Global Institutions
Land Rights
LGBTQIA+ Rights
Peace and Non violence
Rights for Persons with Disabilities
Segregation
Voting Rights
Women’s Education
Women's Health
Women’s Representation
Women’s Safety
Workers’ Rights
Youth

Areas of Expertise

Gun Laws
Justice
Music
Safety
Workers’ Rights