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Daniel Nane Alejandrez

Founder and Executive Director

Barrios Unidos

HQ Phone:  (831) 457-8208

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Barrios Unidos

1817 Soquel Avenue

Santa Cruz, California,95062

United States

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Barrios Unidos utilizes volunteers and interns to assist with programming activities such as outreach, marketing, and tutoring. If you are interested in working with our programs, we have a volunteer application form available online. Please drop your complete... more.

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Daniel "Nane" Alejandrez


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Nane Alejandrez, Founder and Executive Director of Barrios Unidos, is a veteran activist in California's Latino communities, struggling to stop what he calls "the madness that destroys our youth.
From the Barrio to the United Nations, Alejandrez has spread his message, which combines analysis of the root causes of crime with concrete programs that offer youth positive alternatives. Alejandrez believes a spiritual and cultural movement must take place to Rescue (their gifts), Release (their potential), and Restore (their promise). Alejandrez also works in collaboration with the Fair Trade Movement for coffee growers in Central America and African Countries to help educate the public on fair trade and farmer's sustainability. He is actively involved in decreasing the incarceration and recidivism rates of youth, adults, and those at risk of the penal code system, by providing alternatives within the institutions and communities. Alejandrez has served as Co-Chair of the Urban Peace Summit in Kansas City. Alejandrez has been recognized for his inspiring efforts and is the recipient of numerous awards including the National Fellowship of Reconciliation Martin Luther King Jr. Award, the Sankofa Lifetime Achievement Award and a fellowship for the California Wellness Foundation. As well, Barrios Unidos has received the Leteher-Moffitt Memorial Human Rights Award from the Institute for Policy Studies. Alejandrez has been featured on Talk Shows including "Christina and Santa Cruz Community Network. He has also been featured on A. & E. Biography Series, Danny Glover's T.V. Program, "Courage" and on many cover feature magazines including Y.E.S. Magazine, Sojourners, ColorLines, El Andar, Low Rider Magazine, and Metro Active.


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Daniel "Nane" Alejandrez
Barrios Unidos


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Nane Alejandrez, Founder and Director of Barrios Unidos (united neighborhoods) will be explaining the Barrios Unidos Prison Project.
Today Joy Binah interviews the Founder and Director of Barrios Unidos, Nane Alejandrez, a Peace Warrior working in our communities for social justice and bringing peace, hope and self-empowerment to our youth.


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Nane Alejandrez, Founder and Director of Barrios Unidos (united neighborhoods) will be explaining the Barrios Unidos Prison Project.


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