Christine Miranda is an organizer and digital strategist working with Movimiento Cosecha, a national decentralized movement fighting for permanent protection, dignity, and respect for all undocumented immigrants in the United States; and a staff partner with Social Movement Technologies, where she trains organizations and movements in digital tools and strategies. Miranda supports leaders across the country using digital tools to power and grow their grassroots campaigns, including the national “Day Without Immigrants” mobilizations, state campaigns for access to driver’s licenses for all, and Covid-19 mutual aid funds for undocumented workers.
Miranda is a member of the inaugural (2022 – 2024) cohort of the Just Tech Fellowship. As a Just Tech Fellow, Miranda will explore and build upon the innovative digital organizing strategies and tactics practiced by immigrant justice groups and organizers in the U.S. This work will systemize the wisdom and creativity of community leaders by identifying the best practices, challenges, and learnings of organizations in the broader immigrant rights movement. Ultimately Miranda’s work will identify similarities, differences, risks, and nuances across different organizing contexts to develop free and accessible training materials for new organizers, including a bilingual catalog of immigrant digital organizing best practices.