Dear Editor:

There’s a saying in English, “It takes a village.” And that is exactly what happened for Ser Mujer 2018. So many individuals and groups came together to celebrate Women’s History Month in March.

Now in its fourth year, Ser Mujer plans and presents socially and culturally relevant programs about women’s struggles and successes around the world. Our sponsors make it possible to offer programs affordably or free; no one is ever turned away. Thank you to Penzi Bodas, Tacos don Felix, Abrazos, Hecho con Amor, Jim Dobson-Kelly of Coldwell Banker, Georgeann Johnson, Bev Moor, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, the Center for Global Justice, Geek and Coffee, the Bernie Weisman Foundation and Casa Los Angelitos for your support.

Thank you to the staff at Atencion, Teatro Santa Ana and Tesoros for making possible the Women’s Art Show and our films about midwifery, human trafficking, equal rights and environmental activism. El Sindicato hosted a sold out program on immigration with Valeria Fernández and a women’s concert and festival with Congressperson and activist Sandra Morán from Guatemala and local performers Yoremem Jacobi who came on crutches to sing and play guitar, opera performer Gabriela Perales, the High Desert Rangers, the Mariachis Feminiles all female mariachi band from Querétero, Arnulfo Mancera and Frans Bloem.

It was wonderful to partner with Rebecca Peterson and the staff at Caminos de Agua to benefit their program and the women of Pozo Ademado who build cisterns for safe drinking water.

Thank you to the “Village of San Miguel” for making it possible.

On behalf of Ser Mujer,

Trish Snyder

 

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