Sema is a daughter of immigrants, oldest of 7 siblings and first American born child in her family. She grew up in a migrant working family and she understands the struggles of people who are burdened by crushing debt, job insecurity, and lack of healthcare coverage, among the other struggles of the working poor. Sema is a passionate Human Rights advocate, activist and organizer who made a historic run for U.S. Senate in the 2018 primary election.
Although Sema did not win the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate, she continues to remain active, organizing as the Co-Chair of the Texas Poor People’s Campaign, empowering voters to challenge their elected officials and candidates based on the issues to end systemic racism, poverty, the war economy, ecological devastation and the distorted moral narrative. Sema will be discuss[ing] the Poor People's Campaign and efforts to organize for progressive change.
WHEN: 2 pm, Saturday 6 October.
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