Gabrielle Hernandez

People Organized for the Defense and Equal Rights of Santa Barbara Youth

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Organizer with People Organized for the Defense and Equal Rights of Santa Barbara Youth (PODER), she's a mental health therapist in Orange County who grew up in Santa Barbara 

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On Martin Luther King Day, demonstrators with different views about immigration held competing rallies over terminology in the Santa Barbara News-Press.

Santa Barbara Is Divided over Immigration…and Language

On Martin Luther King Day, demonstrators with different views about immigration held competing rallies over terminology in the Santa Barbara News-Press.

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