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I am an active retiree. I volunteer for my Unitarian Universalist (UU) church, the local YMCA, the Rochester Early Childhood Development Initiative, and co-facilitate the Rochester Children’s Film Festival. I became interested in Farmworkers Rights via a Social Justice General Assembly for Immigration Rights in Phoenix sponsored by my denomination.

Adrian was born in Oaxaca, Mexico and came undocumented at the age of seven to California where he lived for less than a year before moving to Dunkirk, NY where has lived there for 13 years. He was recruited by the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) to attend SUNY College at Oneonta. While at Oneonta he went on a mission trip to Honduras to build a water purifying system with the First...

Sarina Wallace was a member of RMM's Youth Arts Group, a Leadership Development Program that, through Political Art, empowered youth to advocate for those in the shadows. Through their activism, her passion for humanitarianism and seeking equality for all was sparked. She is currently studying Neuroscience and Psychology at Syracuse University. She aspires to become a psychiatrist and making...

Fred Wibiralske was born to be among people. Throughout his thirty years’ involvement with Rural & Migrant Ministry, Fred has been a vital part of every significant march, rally, protest, and vigil as well as more than his fair share of meetings. During Fred’s leadership as President of the Board of Directors, RMM developed its current three programmatic areas - Youth Empowerment,...

Richard has served as Executive Director of RMM since 1991. Ordained as an Episcopal priest, Richard has served in congregations in New York and Massachusetts and as a chaplain at Vassar College. He has also worked for a number of non-profit organizations in Massachusetts and New York including: Greater Boston Legal Services, Oficina Hispana, and the Episcopal City Mission. Richard also...

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