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Enrique Morones is a Human Rights activist born in San Diego to Mexican parents who instilled in him a deep love for Mexico, spiritual faith and social justice.
As a founder of GENTE UNIDA (a human rights border coalition) in May of 2005, he has led the national effort against the vigilante Minutemen soundly shutting them down in California. He is recognized as one of the 100 most influential Latinos in the USA by HISPANIC BUSINESS MAGAZINE and his recognitions include being FRONTLINE HUMAN RIGHTS international awardee for his lifelong dedication to Human Rights,2009 National Human Rights Award, presented by Mexican President Felipe Caldron, 2010 California Spirit Award, presented, Gil Cedillo, and the Bishop Buddy Alumni award presented by “USD” University San Diego.
Sarah Bella Mondragon
Sarah Bella Mondragon is a muli-media artist, writer, dancer, capoeirista, chocolatier and mother. This makes her a humanitarian and very busy. She has studied social movements in Central America and Brazil. She is a spoken word poet and works with San Diego local Arts organizations to celebrate local Art, diversity, dance, music and chocolate.