Maria Larios-Horton

Maria Larios-Horton

Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Maria immigrated to the United States as a toddler. After settling in the Santa Ynez Valley, Maria experienced school as an undocumented youth. Those experiences; both good and bad, helped shape her career path as an educator....

ARTS Obispo – Art After Dark

  The Women’s March SLO is thrilled to announce that it is cooperating with ARTS Obispo to call for themed art displays in downtown venues. The January Art After Dark event will feature art reflecting Women’s March SLO Unity Principles and the theme of our...

Erica Reyes

Erica Reyes is a human rights advocate and self professed politics and policy nerd. She grew up on the Central Coast in Nipomo, California and can not keep away. After circumnavigating the globe, lobbying in Washington DC, and obtaining her BA in Sociology from UC...

Malia Cohen

San Francisco Supervisor Malia Cohen is running for the state Board of Equalization to put the interests of the people before those of special interests on the Board of Equalization. She has fought her entire career to put the interests of the people first, which is...
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