Karl Herrera

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Karl Herrera

Karl Herrera is active with the Red Guards Austin. He is from Mississippi.


Studies Public Relations at Austin Community College District.

Red Guards Austin

Red Guards Austin Facebook page, Karl Herrera right

"Women hold up half the sky"


Join us this March 8th to celebrate International Women’s Day! Revolution needs women and women need Revolution. A movement should be judged by the participation of women and we aim to honor the heroic contributions of women revolutionary comrades, learn their stories and remember their names! Presented by a panel of feminist activists and hosted by Red Guards Austin.


Second from left Meli LaSalle, Norah Andrea La Torre, Ada Yaeger, and Michelle Uche second from right

With Meli LaSalle, Vonds Dubuisson, Ada Yaeger, Norah Andrea La Torre and Michelle Uche spoke at at MonkeyWrench Books, a radical bookstore in Austin Texas, March 2015.[1]

The event, "Women hold up half the sky" was hosted by Red Guards Austin.

Those indicating their intention to attend on Wherevent included Rachel Harris, Norah Andrea La Torre, Pamela Del Valle, Tee Luke, Alma Buena, Sophia Nachalo, Christina Crowley, Gillian Poirot, Merryn McNeil, Ashley Hurst, Anna Parris, Marleen Villanueva, AuDee Salinas, Annaliese Krumnow, Lynn Cowles, Caroline Eck, Victoria Grefer, Amanda Vickery, Joshua Mayhew, Dallas Hogan, Collin Pelletier, Julian Copado, Scott Grimes, Ramsey Doany, Kyle Joseph, Facundo Rompe, Karl Herrera, Nick Sheffield, Joseph Robertson, Devin E. Mardvich, Scan Reason, Maria Lorena Barros, Lindsay J. Porter, Benjamin Blowe, Staso Stubljar, Steven Walters, Zach Guerinot.[2]

Socialist Alternative - Austin, TX Weekly Meeting

Socialist Alternative - Austin, TX Weekly Meeting 926 E Cesar Chavez St, Unit C1,Austin, Thursday 18 June 2015, 19:00 till Thursday 18 June 2015, 20:30

Organized by : Socialist Alternative - Austin.

Weekly meeting of the Austin branch of Socialist Alternative. We will be discussing our current roles in helping workers to organize at their jobs. We will also discuss what we can offer in our alliance with Ratpac, a radical trans workers organization.

Those indicating attendance on Wherevent included Crystal Davila, Natalia Rocafuerte, Vanessa Schaefer, Elle Zenitram, María Limon, Lucy Murphy, Zach Guerinot, Robert Griswold, Richard Swafford, Jacob Branson, Ted Anderson, Jesús I'x Nazario , Matthew Wackerle, Steven Walters, Matt Gramann, Jeremy Granados Brad Crowder, Marco Gutierrez, Karl Herrera, Joseph George.[3]

Ugly Holiday Sweater Dinner Party: Benefiting Monkeywrench Books!

2500 Nueces St, Austin Saturday 5 December 2015, organized by MonkeyWrench Books.

MonkeyWrench books is a unique community resource within Austin for anyone who's ever questioned the status quo. We have a considerable stock of texts on social issues in America and abroad on a wide range of topics; from politics to gender, and from racism to economics.
We're back with our fourth annual holiday benefit dinner! We do this not only because we love ugly holiday sweaters, but also because we enjoy putting on events for the community and we need your support in order to continue doing just that.

Those indicating attendance on the Wherevent website included Rocio Villalobos, Dianna Tavera, Marleen Villanueva, Anna Parris, Leah Grossman, Stephanie Salazar, Sophia Nachalo, Ena Ganguly, Schuyler Heinsohn, Patrick Parker, Colin Jenkins, Thomas Butler, Will Slade, Sandeidra Green, Freddie Blood, Karl Herrera, Raul-Martinez Patlan, Äki Spaghetti, Jim Ellinger, Kristian Caballero, Jonathan Lowell. [4]