The second episode of my podcast focuses on the rising youth activism in the Central Valley — where unemployment, poverty, educational achievement, and health are lagging behind the rest of California.
Joining me on this episode are staff and activists with 99 Rootz: Crisantema Gallardo, Eugene Vang, and Yosseline Perez.
A project ofPower California, 99 Rootz promotes youth organizing rooted in social justice with the mission of building leadership pathways for young people in the small towns surrounding Route 99 highway.
I hope you enjoy this episode, and always, your feedback is appreciated.
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