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Connect with us! Let us know what you are doing as a GreenLatino in your life or work.

    commented on Contact Us 2019-03-07 10:19:36 -0500
    Dear GreenLatinos,


    I hope you’re doing well!


    I’m supporting a campaigns project to get members of Congress on Capitol Hill to protect forage fish and birds. We hope to push them to provide sufficient funding for critical agencies like NOAA to implement effective fisheries management plans.


    We have an upcoming grassroots and advocacy fly-in in DC on April 10-12th. Could you share this with your networks?


    https://actionnetwork.org/forms/volunteer-sign-up-19/


    Thank you kindly,


    Jaime D. Sigaran
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    Hola, My name is Anesti Vega and I’m the Director of Operations for USX, a nonprofit that funds adventurous expeditions that get U.S. military veterans connected to STEM fields through field research and data collection.


    I’m reaching out to encourage any veterans of Green Latinos to apply to our upcoming expedition where we’ll be researching cryospheric and snowpack data in the Icefields of Alaska. Women and POC veterans are highly encouraged to apply. More info and to apply: https://www.usx.vet/expeditions/2019-usx-alaska-icefields-expedition


    Deadline to apply is March 1st, so please get the word out quickly and let me know if you have any questions!


    Abrazos,

    Anesti Vega

    Ph. 831-789-4541
    commented on Contact Us 2019-02-19 13:53:32 -0500
    My name is Feby Boediarto and I’m an outreach fellow at East Bay Community Energy (EBCE), Alameda County’s new electricity generation provider.


    EBCE is looking for a program manager to work on local renewable energy projects and we would very much appreciate you sharing this job posting among your members and network as we are seeking an applicant pool that is representative of California’s rich diversity.


    Please let me know if you have any questions!

    Feby
    commented on Contact Us 2019-02-17 11:37:56 -0500
    Hello!


    My name is Alexandra and I’m working to organize a protest in front of the White House on February 19th (this Tuesday). This protest is a response to Trump declaring a national emergency for a border wall. If the President wants a wall, we will build a human wall around the White House.


    I’m emailing to extend a personal invitation to the event and to request help spreading the word. It’s vital for myself and my amazing fellow organizers to have organizations there that support and are actively helping the immigrant and women’s rights community. Even if only a couple of representatives could come, that would be amazing. Please let me know if you have any interest in helping. I have attached the link to RSVP if you have any interest.


    https://actionnetwork.org/events/build-a-wall-around-the-white-house?source=direct_link&


    Best,

    Alexandra McCormick
    commented on Contact Us 2019-02-16 16:55:54 -0500
    Hola

    I attended your forum in Monterey 2 years or so ago.

    Very inspiring.

    Thank you.

    And

    Wanted to update your organization that partly bc of your forum that I am now on the Community Advisory Council for Monterey Bay Community Power which is our local California CCA.

    I would very much appreciate supporting Green Latinos in any way possible.

    Please let me know how?

    Gracias,

    Dr Allen Bueno del Bosque, MD, MPH, MPhil.
    commented on Contact Us 2019-02-15 17:28:11 -0500
    Hello,


    The Denver Regional Mobility and Access Council is very interested in making connections with your organization. DRMAC would like to give support to people that are a part of the immigrant and refugee population. We want to provide your organization with our FREE Getting There Guide. The guide is a resource to transportation services for the Denver Metro area. Our guides come in five different languages, English, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Somali. Below, I provided a link to our guide in English. DRMAC also offers various training, like how to ride public transit and how to identify travel resources in different parts of the metro area, which we are willing to bring to your community. We would like to speak directly with someone that represents your organization. Building strong bounds with your community is important to DRMAC. Please contact us if you are interested in the resources that we provide, and if you are not the proper person to start this conversation, can you let us know who is? Thanks!


    Sincerely,

    Maria Hite


    https://www.drmac-co.org/getting-there-guide/
    commented on Contact Us 2019-02-08 14:15:31 -0500
    i started a vegan food justice organization!
    commented on Contact Us 2019-01-17 07:53:18 -0500
    Greetings,


    I hope this message finds you well and enjoying a wonderful day. My name is James Edward Mills. I am freelance journalist with a specialty in outdoor recreation, environmental conservation and social justice. I am also a member of the Next 100 Coalition. Yesterday I received an email on the Green New Deal and I would like to talk to Mark Magaña in the hopes that he might elaborate this statement for my podcast The Joy Trip Project. Please be in touch at your next opportunity to express his interest and availability to speak with me.

    Thank you very much for your time and consideration. I look forward to your reply.


    Take care


    James
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    Please add me to your email list!
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    I am willing to volunteer with people who call themselves “Latin,” and I do speak their colonizer’s language of English and Spanish, but my goal is to connect with people who have stopped self-designating as Latin, and choose to self-designate with their Tribal Affiliation or simply Indigenous, even Native “American” or “American Indian”. People I work with have a desire to support Indigenous environmental advocates who speak with great authority in their own Ancient Homelands, like the Lenape of the East coast where there is a new national park, still wondering how to develop their themes and public education goals. We have yet to find any environmental groups that honor and promote the decolonization of Indigenous Peoples on Turtle Island. Any suggestions or connections for us?
    commented on Contact Us 2018-12-01 11:12:45 -0500
    Can you guys recommend a good attorney to defend against oil and gas companies?
    commented on Contact Us 2018-11-15 09:41:15 -0500
    I’m a project geologist/environmental scientist doing consulting work in the DMV/Mid-Atlantic region. I’ve been in the area for 3 + years and I’m looking to do something with my life other than serving massive industrial/corporate clients. I’d like to meet others in the area and volunteer, learn about local issues, etc. I also play in a couple son jarocho groups in DC, I heard about this from one of our members.
    commented on Contact Us 2018-11-14 12:57:14 -0500
    Greetings,


    My name is Antony, I am a current student at American University majoring in Environmental Science and minoring in resource management. I am looking for future internship opportunities that are available within this organization

    Thank you very much.


    Sincerely,


    Antony Guillen Hernandez
    commented on Contact Us 2018-11-08 11:36:52 -0500
    I attended the GreenLatinos Live event and I think I also joined as a member but I’m unsure if this was processed. I want to become more involved with GL and also volunteer!
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    april
    commented on Contact Us 2018-10-16 12:53:09 -0400
    Hi Green Latinos,


    I manage an initiative called Shared Nation. We are a democratized, virtual giving circle whose members pool their money and every month collectively decide how to allocate our resources.


    We’re currently seeking organizations to include in our November 2018 “Open” round. We anticipate having between $5,000 – $8,000 to allocate, and the project that our community selects will receive 73% of our funds. All participating organizations will receive some small donation (likely $50) as well as increased visibility.


    We’d love to consider your work for funding in our giving circle. All that we ask is that you complete this short application here: https://www.sharednation.org/pages/submit-a-project#form-header


    The application shouldn’t take more than 8 minutes to complete.


    We hope you’ll participate. Let me know if you have questions or if you’d like to have a quick call to discuss Shared Nation in greater detail. We’d be happy to take the time to tell you more about how it works.


    Sincerely,

    Keith
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    I would love to be added to any sort of event listserv you all have. Gracias!
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    commented on Contact Us 2018-10-04 12:38:52 -0400
    Hi,


    I am a co-chair for the Latin American Law Student Association (LALSA) in Vermont Law School. Most of the students at Vermont Law School are interested in environmental law. During the Spring semester, LALSA is hosting a panel focused on Latin Americans and the environment. We will like to know if we could count with your support, learn from the organization, and invite a speaker to the event. If this is something you would be interested in doing, please reach to me at YasminPerezOrtiz@vermontlaw.edu
    commented on Contact Us 2018-09-23 16:40:40 -0400
    Hello! My name is Cintia Ortiz and currently a congressional intern in DC. I’m from Texas and attend the University of North Texas where I’m majoring in Geography and minoring in Geology and Decision Sciences. I’m involved in various organizations that involve sustainability. I’m president of Future Without Poverty chapter at UNT, an organization that brings all majors and different people to create solutions to aid poverty with sustainable solutions locally and internationally. I’m involved in other organizations that I’m proud of. I plan on furthering my education in Geography and Environmental law and policy. I came across GreenLatinos Live! on eventbrite and would love to know more about you all and join this event. As stated I’m an intern and if possible would like to apply for a discounted ticket to this event.
    commented on Contact Us 2018-09-17 09:47:40 -0400
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