This Women’s History Month, we’re reflecting on the likes of Dolores Huerta and Angela Davis whose invaluable contributions to organizing improved the lives of working-class People of Color. We’re remembering Sasheen Littlefeather, Shirley Chisholm and Marsha P. Johnson, who were unwavering in the face of discrimination and white supremacy.
And as we uplift, celebrate and look back on other extraordinary women who have led this country toward progress, we invite you to explore and share our Women’s History Month playlist, a mix that is woman-centered and curated by members of the CRC staff. Get to know what we’re listening to this month between Zoom meetings, webinars and community events.
- CEO, Paulina Gonzalez-Brito: “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone
- Chief of Finance and Operations, Jose Olivas: “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Whitney Houston
- Small Business Promotora Coordinator, Julia Ornelas: “Hell On Wheels” by Cher
- Chief Development Officer, John Hoffman: “Jumpin Jack Flash” by Tina Turner
- Development and Operations Associate, Henrieta Igwe: “20 Something” by SZA
- Chief of Organizing and Campaigns, Jyotswaroop Kaur Bawa: “Wig In A Box” by Hedwig and the Angry Inch
- Bay Area Organizer, Aliyah Shaheed: “Don’t Touch My Hair” by Solange
- Economic Wellness Program Director, Patricia Villasenor: “Hit Me With Your Best Shot” by Pat Benatar
- Southern California Organizer, Doni Tadesse: “New Apartment” by Ari Lennox
- Assistant to the CEO/Special Projects, Adrienne Suzio: “Dreams” by The Cranberries
- Chief of Legal and Strategy, Kevin Stein: “Strange Fruit” by Billie Holiday