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Jacqueline Scott Ramos is a poet, educator, movement worker, transformative justice abolitionist, and public health researcher, born and raised in San Francisco's Mission district—with roots birthed in the Philippines, Mississippi, the Chickasaw Nation, and Spain. Her life purpose is anchored in the Creator, the ancestors, her Mother, and commUNITY—the four pillars that sustain and preserve her hope to believe and fight for the liberation of all oppressed people.

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