“¡Si se puede!”Dolores Huerta, American labor leader and civil rights activist
Giani Interiano Brown combines her passions for social justice work and educational advocacy in her work at the Child Care Law Center, and is interested in the intersection of child care law and anti-discrimination and anti-racist work. In her role at the Law Center, Ms. Interiano Brown assists child care providers in advocating for themselves against housing discrimination; she also provides bilingual training and educational tools to families and child care providers statewide on housing and disability rights. Outside of the Law Center, Ms. Interiano Brown has also worked with immigrant clients to combat unlawful deportation and gain them immigration relief in the U.S. She received her JD degree at the University of San Francisco School of Law and her bachelor’s degree from Mills College.
For questions about housing rights for California child care providers, children’s rights and child care providers’ responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please contact Ms. Interiano Brown. If you are a child care provider facing discrimination by a landlord, homeowner’s association, or leasing agent, please contact Ms. Interiano Brown for more information.