Alicia Aguayo

Alicia Aguayo is currently pursuing a B.A. in Political Science at the University of California, Irvine. She was born and raised on the West Side of San Bernardino, California and is a daughter of immigrants from México. Since the age of 14, she has been involved with Inland Congregations United for Change, a non-profit and faith-based community organization and has worked on local educational issues in the San Bernardino City Unified School District. Alicia’s goal is to help make higher education accessible and equitable for people of color in her community. She is also passionate about environmental justice issues and has advocated for indigenous peoples rights with Creation Justice Ministries, a non-profit organization in Washington, D.C. Additionally, Alicia has worked on gathering research about the local history of the West Side in San Bernardino and wants to create representation for Latinx and black folks with storytelling.

Posts by Alicia:

Dianey Murillo’s Journey From an Undocumented Student to a Luchadora and Organizer in the Inland Empire

Silvia Dianey Murillo is currently the Community Engagement Coordinator with the Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Collective (IEIYC). The IEIYC isRead More…

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If You Are Unhappy With Your Students School in the Inland Empire, The California Open Enrollment Act Can Help You Find a Better School

In 2010, the Open Enrollment Act came into effect in California. According to the California Department of Education website, “TheRead More…

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