LGBTQ+ community in Baja asking for more inclusion in government

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LGBTQ+ community in Baja asking for more inclusion in government

In the expanse of Baja California, a clarion call resounds for amplified LGBTQ+ representation in the corridors of governance, articulated by María Teresa Díaz Estrada, the esteemed political steward of Baja’s LGBT Cultural Community Consortium. Díaz Estrada posits that the echelons of governmental authority should burgeon with LGBTQ+ savants. “The initiative must permeate statewide,” she articulates. In locales such as San Quintín, the absence of a diversity mandate mirrors that in Ensenada and San Felipe. While Mexicali, the heartland of the state, boasts a solitary Human Rights Bureau, it scarcely suffices. “As crusaders, we have carved inroads here in Tijuana,” she reflects. Within Tijuana’s civic framework, Edoardo Rodríguez helms the Division of Diversity and Inclusion, weaving the fabric of the city’s governance with inclusivity.

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