Institute for Socio-Economic Justice & Progressive Comm Dvp Inc

Brawley, CA   |  www.sociojustice.org
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Mission

SOCIO-ECONOMIC JUSTICE

 

The mission of the Institute for Socio-Economic Justice and Progressive Community Development, Inc. is to organize, educate, protect, defend and empower the Imperial Valley region and other intertwined areas in health, social, economic, environmental and cultural interests to build capacity for a sustainable community with a focus on the needs of the underserved; people of color, women, children, immigrants, the undereducated and people living below the poverty level.

Ruling year info

2006

Principal Officer

Eric Reyes

Main address

541 Main St

Brawley, CA 92227

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EIN

42-1660736

NTEE code info

Research Institutes and/or Public Policy Analysis (R05)

Research Institutes and/or Public Policy Analysis (A05)

Research Institutes and/or Public Policy Analysis (O05)

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THE MISSION OF THE INSTITUTE IS TO ORGANIZE, EDUCATE, PROTECT, DEFEND AND EMPOWER THE IMPERIAL VALLEY REGION AND OTHER INTERTWINED AREAS IN HEALTH, SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, ENVIRONMENTAL AND CULTURAL INTERESTS, FOCUSING ON THE CHRONICALLY UNDERSERVED, TO BUILD CAPACITY FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY WITH A FOCUS ON THE NEEDS OF THE UNDERSERVED; PEOPLE OF COLOR, WOMEN, CHILDREN, IMMIGRANTS, THE UNDEREDUCATED AND PEOPLE LIVING BELOW THE POVERTY LEVEL.

Population(s) Served

Advocating for improved working conditions for farm
workers and their families in terms of improved wages, benefits and
access to services by direct and indirect advocacy at public agencies,
legislative representatives and private industry.  Bringing the issues
facing farm workers and their families as a core issue for our
community.  Opening the Loli Torres Farm Workers Service Center in
Calexico to inform workers of their rights and refer them to services
they may need and advice workers on matters of work and social issues. 
85% of the farm worker labor cross into the Imperial Valley from
Mexicali in the early morning hours searching for a days pay and the
Service Center is centrally located among the major pick up points for
farm workers as they pertain to where they work and live for a
comprehensive understanding of the issues from a first hand basis.

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Institute for Socio-Economic Justice & Progressive Comm Dvp Inc

Board of directors
as of 06/04/2016
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Board chair

Erica Reyes

Executive Director, Institute for Socio-Economic Justice

Term: 2005 - 2014

SUSAN MASSEY

Educator, Holtville Unified School District; Environmental and Peace Activist

EMILIO DAVILA

Program Manager, Imperial Valley Regional Occupation Project

ARTHUR GUTIERREZ

Retired Behavioral Health Specialist and Community Activist

GERARDO ROMAN

Educator, Imperial Unified School District

RAYMOND TODD DIAL

Senior Engineering Survey Manager, TESCO Engineering Firm of Imperial Valley

ERIC REYES

Executive Director, Institute for Socio-Economic Justice

ASENSCION REYES

Educator; El Centro Elementary School District