Frangelin Pozo has been organizing in various sectors for over 10 years including but not limited to: immigrant rights, criminal justice, student rights, labor and economic justice. She is a vibrant, passionate and dedicated transformative strategist and coalition builder in multiracial, multigenerational and faith communities. During her work at the Nail Salon Worker School, Faith in New York and the Poor People’s Campaign, Frangelin has gained experience in movement building, deportation defense, faith-based community organizing, labor organizing and consensus-based coalition building. She is a proud first gen. of parents who migrated from the island of Haiti on the Dominican Republic side 30 years ago. She was born and raised with her family and community whose values centered social justice and faith. She comes from a long line of farmers and freedom fighters that guides her in the work of liberation.

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