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Thema Fenderson interviews Melissa Montes, Vanessa Montes, and Jessica Tafoya.

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Thema Fenderson interviews Melissa Montes, Vanessa Montes, and Jessica Tafoya.   Jessica Tafoya is a Native New Mexican who currently holds position of the Community Liaison for the NMTPC and is responsible for representing them in the community.  Melissa Montes is a 20 year old mom with a six month old daughter. She is currently participating in Girl Tech Collective and is learning about Reproductive Justice and Rights for Women.Vanessa Montes, is a promoter for Plain Talk Hablando Claro program to prevent teen pregnancy. She plans Home Health parties in schools, community centers, and in homes.  Take a listen!!

 

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Thema Fenderson interviews Melissa Montes, Vanessa Montes, and Jessica Tafoya.   Jessica Tafoya is a Native New Mexican who currently holds position of the Community Liaison for the NMTPC and is responsible for representing them in the community.  Melissa Montes is a 20 year old mom with a six month old daughter. She is currently participating in Girl Tech Collective and is learning about Reproductive Justice and Rights for Women.Vanessa Montes, is a promoter for Plain Talk Hablando Claro program to prevent teen pregnancy. She plans Home Health parties in schools, community centers, and in homes.  Take a listen!!

 

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