Alfredo Dominguez (He/Him/His)

Houston Policing Project Manager

Alfredo’s work in Houston for Civil Rights Corps is focused on connecting victims of police abuse to civil rights attorneys and building towards a more free Houston through advocacy and organizing.

Alfredo is interested in reimagining community safety so that people can live free of violence of any form, but especially violence from the State. He is committed to building local movements through his work at CRC that get us closer to freedom and away from caging.

Alfredo has spent time working as a Graduate Research Assistant at Georgetown University, an Outreach Associate at ActBlue, and a Lead for America Fellow at the Houston Mayor’s Office of Education. He received his MPP from Georgetown University, his B.A. in Ethnicity and Race Studies from Columbia University, and his high school diploma from Pasadena High School.


“I close my eyes and dream of a world where Black, Brown, and Indigenous children laugh and play under the sun without the specter of state violence following close behind. I am committed to making this a reality in my lifetime.”