Gender-inclusive, feminist, pro-immigrant rights organization to promote healthy relationships and anti-violence through the arts.
By way of video production trainings for women and LGBTQ youth of color, the Justice for My Sister Collective (JFMSC) creates safe spaces within marginalized communities to initiate collective healing and develop local leaders to combat all forms of gender-based violence and to promote gender equality, healing for survivors, and healthy relationships.
Our vision is to create spaces where through popular education and art, women, men and gender nonconforming people of all ages build support networks to understand, prevent, and thereby end the cycle of violence against women and gender nonconforming folks.
The Justice for my Sister Collective is a co-ed, feminist, pro-immigrant rights organization. We currently have a chapter in Guatemala City and a chapter in Los Angeles, California. We work towards gender equality using storytelling, video production, charlas, testimonios, theater of the oppressed, art therapy, and other activities to provide communities with tools to identify violence and create healthy relationships. Through filmmaking, our students imagine and portray the world we wish to live in, marked by gender equality and free of violence.