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Project Connect Zine

From: Community Literacy Journal
Volume 8, Issue 1, Fall 2013
pp. 99-115 | 10.1353/clj.2013.0018

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Project Connect Zine

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J. Sarah Gonzales

J. Sarah Gonzales believes the intersection of art and activism is a critical place for community survival. After years of working for Universities and non-profits doing community work and youth organizing on racial justice in Arizona, she founded her own national social justice consulting company, TruthSarita, LLC which supports building collective power to dismantle inequity. Sarah also serves as Codirector of Spoken Futures, Inc. developing programs including Tucson Youth Poetry Slam and Liberation Lyrics, which create spaces for youth to process and address issues such as the school to prison pipeline, LGBTQ rights and migrant justice through spoken word poetry. In addition to facilitation, training and youth organizing work, Sarah is an extensive haiku writer, fierce dance floor occupier and a trickster performance artist whose recent work landed her in 6th place in the Arizona US Presidential Primaries in 2012. She can be reached at sarah@truthsarita.com.

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