Rayna Smith is an Organizer at CFJ in Oakland. She is a youth advocate, confidant and leader at Fremont High School. She has been organizing for 12 years which she attributes to losing her play brother Gary W. King Jr in an officer involved shooting on her 16th birthday. She joined the fight for Social Justice and hasn’t stopped fighting the good fight. She had a hand in raising Oakland’s minimum wage, shooting down the youth curfew, bringing jobs to the army base, opening a job center in West Oakland and so much more. Being a mother of two beautiful girls has inspired her to make some lasting changes in the injustice system. She knows the only way to win is to never give up and she is committed to making some lasting changes for generations to come. Rayna loves winning and that fuels her passion to fight for justice for people near and far. She is a dynamic Public Speaker, Poet, Movement Leader and so much more.