Rosalind Jones’ first book of poetry, And in the end., is a story of healing, growth, and perspective, and a testament to resilience, grit, and self love. Jones’ poems, written between 2018 and early 2019, detail a year of intense turmoil and trauma. Only after setting her work aside for several months was she able […]
Emily (she/her) is FMF’s National Campus Organizer for California. She grew up in Los Angeles, but was born in Guatemala and is proud of her immigrant identity. She is a graduate of California State University, Long Beach, with a Bachelors degree in Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies and a History minor. During her time at CSULB, she helped revive the feminist student organization on campus, the Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Student Association (WGSSSA), and served as its president during her senior year. She advocates for feminism using an intersectional lens and brings a voice to folks from marginalized communities. She is passionate about immigration reform, reproductive justice, and LGBTQ+ rights.