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West University Community Center

Speaker: Olivia Julianna, abortion rights activist, democracy organizer, and political influencer

Curious how Olivia turned an online attack by a GOP Congressman into $2.2 million for abortion funds, a social media audience of 1 million, and being named one of Bloomberg's 50 most influential people of the year in 2022?

Speaker: Olivia Julianna, abortion rights activist, democracy organizer, and political influencer
Speaker: Olivia Julianna, abortion rights activist, democracy organizer, and political influencer

Time & Location

Apr 01, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

West University Community Center, 6104 Auden St, Houston, TX 77005, USA

About the event

Olivia Julianna is an abortion rights activist, democracy organizer, and political influencer from Houston, Texas. With over 1 million followers across TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram her content has accumulated over 1 billion views, changing the political landscape and putting youth voices front and center in the fight for our future.

She came to national prominence for initiating the takedown of a whistleblower website that targeted those in the state of Texas who aided in abortion access, and for raising $2.2 million for abortion funds after she was publicly attacked by Republican Congressman Matt Gatez

She has facilitated collaborations with elected officials like Governors Josh Shapiro and Gretchen Whitmer, Congress Members Jasmine Crockett, Jamaal Bowman, and Vice President Kamala Harris.

She’s been awarded the Ms. Foundation Marie C Wilson Emerging Leader award and the Planned Parenthood South East Legends in the Making award, which had previously been won by Cecile Richards and Congressman John Lewis.

Olivia Julianna is an abortion rights activist from Houston, Texas.

She is most well known for initiating the takedown of a whistleblower website that targeted those in the state of Texas who aided in abortion access, working with Democratic campaigns across the country, and for raising $2.2 million for abortion funds after she was publicly attacked by Republican Congressman Matt Gatez. Her audience across social platforms is over 1 million-- where she makes political commentary content and analysis videos.

She was named as one of Bloomberg's 50 most influential people of the year in 2022, the Planned Parenthood South East Legends in the making award-- which was previously awarded to Congressman John Lewis, and the Ms. Foundation's Marie C. Wilson Emerging Leader Award.

She had also actively partnered with organizations like Planned Parenthood and Act Blue to create digital content around activism and education.

Social time 6:30 - 7 pm

Meeting 7 - 8 pm

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