Loredo School Board Run Gets Equality California and Stonewall Endorsements

Equality California and Stonewall Democratic Club, two groups focused on supporting the LGBTQ+ community, both announced their endorsement of Stephanie Loredo for Culver City School Board. Stephanie is an advocate for education, sustainability, and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).

Equality California (https://www.eqca.org) is the nation’s largest statewide LGBTQ+ civil rights organization. With over 900,000 members, Equality California brings the voices of LGBTQ+ people and allies to institutions of power in California and across the United States. It strives to create a world that is healthy, just, and fully equal for all LGBTQ+ people.

Founded in 1975, the Stonewall Democratic Club (https://www.stonewalldems.org) is the nation’s oldest LGBTQ+ and feminist political advocacy organization and endorses in races in Los Angeles County, California, and nationwide. The Stonewall Democratic Club is the home for progressive Democrats who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and straight allies of the LGBT community.

“We are proud to endorse Stephanie Loredo. We believe she can advance our goal of increasing pro-equality allies and LGBTQ+ elected officials who will support LGBTQ+ civil rights, social justice, and progressive causes across U.S. communities,” said Equality California Executive Director Tony Hoang. “We envision Stephanie as a champion in Culver City in the fight for full, lived LGBTQ+ equality.”

“Stephanie Loredo has a deep commitment to the children, families and staff in Culver City schools. Her appointment to the school board would be an important win for representation on behalf of the LGBTQ and Filipino-American communities,” said Alex Mohajer, president, Stonewall Democratic Club. “Stonewall Democratic Club believes that Stephanie will give voice to marginalized populations and be an influential champion for LGBTQ+ students and staff in the Culver City school district.”

“All community members, especially those who are LGBTQ+, gain personal growth and enrichment from a robust public school system bolstered by a culture of care,” said Stephanie Loredo. “Our Culver City public schools have the opportunity create stronger foundations for LGBTQ+ students and their families that enable them to live authentically, dream big, be proud, and care for their community. I am committed to fostering an empathetic and inclusive mindset that serves everyone in Culver City, especially marginalized student groups.”

Stephanie’s vision for public schools resonates with progressive organizations that are advocating for equality. Stephanie is focused on empowering marginalized voices and removing barriers to participation so that the LGBTQ+ community and others will be represented for consequential decisions for students, staff and families. She is committed to developing an environment in Culver City schools that affirms identities where everyone feels safe, heard, validated and supported to achieve.

Anthony Loredo

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