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Vision Statement

We Are Power believes that the power to transform our world for the better lies within every individual, and that when individuals use their creativity, humor, and personal experience to inform their friends, neighbors, and fellow citizens, anything can happen.

We believe that solutions to the challenges we share can be found through organizing and communication.

Our goal is to provide easily digestible information in the form of short videos articles, and advocacy tutorials to inspire ideas for how individuals can make a positive impact.

Staff
LifeInLights11cropTara Stafford is a community organizer, filmmaker, and musician based out of Los Angeles, CA.  Tara graduated with  honors from the USC School of Cinema-Television with a minor in International Relations.  She spent several years as an Organizing Director for CALPIRG, building grassroots support for issues ranging from clean energy to poverty to campaign finance reform.  Tara is currently the Advocacy Manager for Arts for LA, an arts advocacy organization, and is a performing sax player and singer-songwriter around the LA area.


IMG_0029Raychel Espiritu is an actress/activist born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. In May 2008 she graduated from California State University, Northridge with a bachelor’s degree in theatre. While attending CSUN, Raychel had a student assistant position as a Volunteer Coordinator for the Community Service and Volunteer Program. There she organized student involvement in events related to service and awareness. Since then, Raychel has made a commitment to bringing awareness to the mainstream; thus her involvement with wearepower.org.

2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Tyler Bradt  |  July 27, 2009 at 2:57 pm

    Hey Tara and Raychel,

    I really like your site. In fact, it shares many similarities with my site, http://www.iaminformed.wordpress.com and I would like to link you guys from my site, and would appreciate it if you take a look at some of my stuff. I basically try to present issues that don’t receive enough attention, or present the side of issues that doesn’t get much press. I like your concept of empowering people with the true facts.

    Reply
    • 2. Raychel Espiritu  |  July 30, 2009 at 6:59 pm

      Hi Tyler,

      Thanks for the comment! Yes, let’s definitely link up… glad we can connect 🙂

      xoxo

      Raychel

      Reply

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