In this viral video with over 1,000,000 views, Jerin explains how to be more intersectional "simply and clearly."
In this podcast, Jerin led a group of national experts from six separate organizations to share tips on how advocates can continue to fight against sexual assault, despite a hostile administration.
Each one of us must look at our individual, unconscious biases and microaggressions. Being a minority or oppressed in one identity does not mean we cannot engage in oppressive behaviors.
The Department of Women and Gender Studies at Hunter College organized this interactive workshop with a diverse group of presenters, on how language can be (ab)used to oppress groups or liberate people.
Jerin joined an all-star panel organized by WIN NYC, along with: Carmelyn Malalis: Chair and Commissioner, NYC Commission on Human Rights; and Sara Valenzuela: Director of National Latino Outreach, Hillary for America.
Jerin co-hosted this webinar with Stop Street Harassment. Brave women representing a diverse array of cultures to learn of the similarities and differences in the way we fight street harassment.
It's within the spectrum of violence that includes everything from rape "jokes" to femicide.
National Organization for Women (NOW) National Conference, 2012. “How to Fight Hate Crimes,” Organizer and Moderator for panel on racial justice with Jocelyn Morris, Kathleen Sloan and Laila Abdelaziz.
Jerin moderated a diverse panel along with Mikki Kendall, the founder of the viral hashtag #SolidarityIsForWhiteWomen.
Jerin is an activist and critical of oppression in the U.S. not because she wants to bash her nation. It's because she loves America so much that she wants her to be her best. Living in America is like winning the lottery of life.