“I consider myself a voice,” responds Jacqueline Inda when I ask if the right way to describe her role is as a social justice advocate. “I’m a voice of resources who can pull things together.”  

Jacqueline has been a community organizer for many years. “I have done a lot of damage for good,” she expresses. “I call it damage for it changes the status quo.”   

Among her numerous successful crusades, she’s fought against gang injunction and led the fight for voting rights and district elections in Santa Barbara. “People in my community trust me,” she declares. “People know to come to me when they need help

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