“Disability justice is essential to our campus community. It’s about equality for all Hoyas regardless of ability, class, gender, race/ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation.”
Citlalli Alvarez (COL 2015) is a student at Georgetown University studying Government and Anthropology. She is interested in government as it relates to individuals and communities around the country. She is currently working with DC Jobs with Justice, an non-profit committed to advancing working peoples’ rights in the District of Columbia. Citlalli is also the President of Hoyas for Immigrant Rights, and a peer educator with Leaders in Education About Diversity (LEAD) and the YLEAD pre-orientation program.
Image: Young Latina woman with dark brown, wavy hair about shoulder length, wearing a casual lime green top with black-outlined hems. She is standing inside Sellinger Lounge, smiling as she holds a sign that says in regular black handwriting, “Disability Justice for Georgetown!”