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Seattle, WA

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November 21, 2013

Imagine... You receive a call from your doctor "The test came back and you have 5 years left to live." You go and get a lottery ticket. Bitter sweet news... You just won 300 million dollars! What would you do and what kind of legacy would you leave?

I would leave all the money to economic and racial groups working to close the barriers of mobility.

What makes that important to you?

The frustration and pain that I have felt when I have been limited in enjoying a full relationship on a personal basis or professional basis because of society's outside regulation of who I can interact with and how, as well as, the internalized marginalization that some people have expressed as barriers in getting to know me.

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Lived in Peru doing direct service at an orphanage. Getting involved with local activist organizing addressing systemic issues. I then worked in Ethiopia, working mainly with community rights. Now do Social justice work here in Seattle

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