Gloria Negrete-Lopez is a Doctoral Candidate in Gender and Women’s Studies with a Minor in Mexican-American Studies at the University of Arizona. Her developing dissertation focuses on the role of abolitionist cultural work in disrupting narratives of (im)migrant criminality. Her research interests include: Chican@/Latin@ Studies, Cultural Studies, Migration Studies, Prison Abolition, and Women of Color Feminisms. She earned an M.A. in Women and Gender Studies at San Francisco State University (SFSU), has a B.A. in Gender Studies with a minor in Labor and Workplace Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and an A.A. in Liberal Arts from Fullerton College.
Presentations from Facing Race 2020
Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at the #KeepAleFree campaign, a national effort to build pathways of protection from deportation for reproductive justice organizer Alejandra Pablos. Team members Gloria, Yvette, Ale & Castro will dive through the campaign's intersectional organizing work (legal, communications & ground organizing) and how they use cultural digital organizing to creatively disrupt the mainstream portrayals around immigration, criminalization, and reproductive justice. The team engages in this work through a perspective that is dedicated to dismantling prison, detention centers, and governmental agencies.Speakers: Stephanie Castro, Alejandra Pablos, Gloria Negrete-Lopez