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Tuesday June 29, 2021 — Special Election

Asamblea Estatal de CaliforniaCandidato para Distrito 18Short Term

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Janani Ramachandran

Social Justice Attorney
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Living Wages: I will fight to raise the minimum wage in California’s to $22/hr by 2022– with a dedicated plan to support small businesses. Living wages will lift millions of California families out of poverty while strengthening our economy.
  • Housing: I will strengthen tenant protections by repealing Costa Hawkins and the Ellis Act, provide better services for our unhoused neighbors, and increase access to affordable and working-class housing.
  • Climate Justice: I will work to enact a Green New Deal with a racial justice lens immediately, because California’s extreme climate events and deadly toxic pollutants harm us all, especially low-income communities of color.

Experiencia

Experiencia

Profesión:Social Justice Attorney
Commissioner, California Commission on Asian and Pacific Islander American Affairs — Cargo designado (2020–current)
Board Director, Men Creating Peace — Cargo elegido (2019–current)
Board Director, Family Violence Appellate Project — Cargo designado (2019–current)
Board Director, Women Lawyers of Alameda County — Cargo designado (2020–current)
Social Justice Attorney, Family Violence Appellate Project (2020–2021)
Commissioner, City of Oakland Public Ethics Commission — Cargo designado (2020–2021)

Educación

University of California, Berkeley J.D., Law (2020)
Stanford University B.A. with Honors (2014)

Actividades comunitarias

Volunteer, APTP Mental Health First (2020–current)
Member, Oakland Tenants Union (2021–current)
Fellow, New Leaders Council, Oakland Chapter (2021–2021)
Fellow, LGBTQ Victory Empowerment Fellowship (2020–2020)
Fellow, Equality California Northern California Leadership Fellow (2019–2019)

Biografía

Janani is a social justice attorney, activist, and artist. She has devoted her life to empowering communities who have been failed by our existing systems. 

Janani is the daughter and granddaughter of immigrants from a small South Indian village who worked tirelessly every day to give her the opportunity to pursue her dreams. She is forever indebted to strength of her grandparents’ labor unions that enabled them to get a slice of the American dream and achieve economic stability.

At just 16, Janani founded a nonprofit that built libraries in her local community. After graduating from Stanford University, Janani worked as a home-visiting case manager at a community health clinic, serving immigrant mothers experiencing domestic violence and homelessness. She later founded and led the clinic’s inaugural domestic violence advocacy program.

Witnessing the horrific realities her clients faced, Janani was driven to better understand how the law could protect the rights of vulnerable communities. While attending Berkeley Law, Janani represented tenants facing eviction from some of Oakland’s most notoriously corrupt landlords. She has served on the Oakland Public Ethics Commission, and currently serves on the California Commission on API American Affairs.

While seeking out leadership positions, Janani never stopped working directly with her community. She currently works with Oaklanders experiencing mental health crises as a volunteer with APTP’s MHFirst. During the pandemic, Janani has given several “know your rights” legal trainings with local tenant unions and community-based organizations, and has helped small businesses apply for COVID-19 financial assistance. She also works with perpetrators of abuse through her role on the Board of Men Creating Peace, a restorative-justice based domestic violence intervention program. She recently worked as an attorney at Family Violence Appellate Project, pursuing legal appeals and advocacy efforts to improve access to justice for all survivors of abuse.

Don’t elect another corporate Democrat. Vote for Janani – a progressive champion who will be fearless in the fight for justice.

¿Quién apoya a este candidato?

Individuos (36)

¿Quién proporcionó dinero a este candidato?

Contribuciones

Dinero total recaudado: $160,075

Principales contribuyentes que dieron dinero para apoyar al candidato, por organización:

1
Employees of Perkins Coie LLP
$9,800
2
Employees of Accenture
$7,000
3
Employees of Anupama Ananda
$4,900
3
Employees of Civic Eagle
$4,900
3
Employees of Family Violence Appellate Project
$4,900
3
Employees of Hospital for Special Surgery,NY
$4,900
3
Employees of UNICEF
$4,900

Más información acerca de contribuciones

Por estado:

California 63.73%
New York 20.05%
New Mexico 3.22%
Texas 2.46%
Other 10.54%
63.73%20.05%10.54%

Por tamaño:

Contribuciones grandes (95.17%)
Contribuciones pequeñas (4.83%)
95.17%

Por tipo:

De organizaciones (2.06%)
De individuos (97.94%)
97.94%
Fuente: Análisis de datos de la Secretaría del Estado de California de MapLight.

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