Our name, JEWTINA y Co. (jo͞o-tēnə), denotes our Familia Jewtina's intersecting Jewish and Latino/x identities, and the five values that root our organization.
We are an anti-racist, anti-oppressive Jewish organization on a mission to celebrate, explore, and raise awareness of the Jewish-Latino/x community and experience. Through our identity wellness and leadership development programs, Jewish learning resources and VOCES storytelling project, community members are able to examine and celebrate their multiethnic, multiracial and multicultural Jewish-Latino/x identity, while also connecting to social issues affecting the Jewish and Latino/x communities.
We envision a world in which the global Jewish community recognizes its multiethnic, multiracial and multicultural story, and actively works to eliminate racism, colorism, classism, linguicism, sexism and xenophobia within the community.
Our organizational values are expressed through the five COs.
CO-MUNIDAD (Chesed & Kavod): Actively building an inclusive, kind and respectful space for everyone in our multiethnic, multiracial and multicultural community.
CO-NECCIÓN (Kehillah & Lomed M'kol Adam): Connecting Jewish-Latino/xs of all backgrounds to one another, widening our understanding of intersectionality within our community, and strengthening our global network.
CO-NCIENCIA (Achrayut & Teshuvah): Examining how our community has upheld and benefited from systems of oppression, consciously and unconsciously, in order to take responsibility, ask for forgiveness, heal and consciously work towards equity and justice.
CO-LABORACIÓN (Tzedek & Tikkun Olam): Collaborating with numerous organizations to achieve racial equity and social justice in and out of the Jewish and Latino/x communities.
CO-NSERVACIÓN (Shomrei Tarbut & Zachor): Committing to the conservation of Jewish-Latino/x culture and ensuring that our dynamic heritage is not forgotten.
Dr. Analucía Lopezrevoredo is a Peruvian-Chilean-American Jewtina, born in Lima and raised in Spain and the United States. A passionate explorer, she credits her multi-heritage background with fueling her love for world cultures and knack for languages.
An anti-racist activist, educator and researcher, Analucía founded Jewtina y Co. in 2019 to give Jewish-Latino/xs the opportunity to explore their multicultural identity while connecting to larger social issues affecting the Jewish and Latino/x communities. Prior to starting Jewtina y Co., her passion for serving her Latino/x community was seen in her work as a principal investigator for the Center to Advance Racial Equity in Portland, Oregon, and as a migrant rights advocate in California's Central Valley, southwestern México and southeastern Perú.
Analucía's educational background lies in critical race and cross-cultural studies, and her doctoral research was centered around Latino/x immigrant and refugee resiliency. She is the recipient of the National Young Woman of Distinction award, is a former Fulbright and Rotary International Scholar, sits on JDC Entwine's National Council, and is a member of the Schusterman Foundation's ROI Community.
Kimberly (Kimmy) Dueñas is a California native with a global spirit. Born into a multicultural home, she discovered that the best way to explore her dynamic Jewish identity was to immerse and involve herself in the world - beginning with tracing her roots to rural El Salvador, Europe, and Israel.
A seasoned international Jewish educator, Kimmy is passionate about providing a safe space for people to develop deeper connections to their Jewish and Latino/x identity. Her passion for community healing, led her to join the Jewtina y Co. team as the community coordinator, in charge of innovative identity wellness programming. Prior to working with Jewtina y Co. she was a Jewish educator at Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles, CA and at the Jewish Community Center in Mumbai, India
Kimmy is a graduate of the American Jewish University, where she was selected to be the valedictorian of her graduating class. She is a former a JDC Entwine Jewish Service Corps Fellow, a Jeremiah Fellowship alumna and is the creator of Learn.Grow.Rise. a yoga, wellness and conscious activism platform.
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