Remembering Dianna Ortiz, OSU
In remembrance of Dianna Ortiz, OSU, we pay tribute to her profound impact on our community and society. Born on September 2, 1958, and passing away on February 19, 2021, Dianna Ortiz dedicated her life to the values of faith and social justice. Her unwavering commitment has left a lasting legacy that continues to inspire and guide us.
Dianna Ortiz's Journey
Dianna Ortiz was a remarkable individual who overcame great adversity and transformed her experiences into a powerful force for change. As a member of the Order of St. Ursula (OSU), she embodied the values of compassion, love, and justice.
Dianna's journey led her to Guatemala, where she worked tirelessly to support marginalized communities and advocate for human rights. It was during her time there that she became a victim of abduction and torture, an experience that forever shaped her commitment to seeking truth and justice.
Advocacy and Activism
Following her traumatic experience, Dianna Ortiz emerged as a vocal advocate for survivors of torture and campaigned against the violations of human rights. She dedicated herself to raising awareness and seeking justice for the countless victims who were silenced and marginalized.
Dianna's unwavering determination led to the establishment of the Torture Abolition and Survivors Support Coalition (TASSC), an organization that provides crucial support to survivors of torture. Through TASSC, her vision of healing and justice became a reality, empowering survivors and challenging the systems that perpetuate such atrocities.
Legacy and Impact
Dianna Ortiz's legacy extends far beyond her time on this earth. Her tireless efforts and unyielding commitment continue to inspire individuals and communities around the world. Through her work, she paved the way for a more compassionate and just society, reminding us of the power of faith and the importance of standing up against injustice.
At Peace Church, we honor Dianna's memory by continuing her important work. We strive to create a community rooted in love, empathy, and social justice. Our faith guides us as we support marginalized communities, advocate for human rights, and fight against the injustices that still exist in our world.
Join us in Honoring Dianna Ortiz
We invite you to join us in honoring the life and legacy of Dianna Ortiz, OSU. Together, we can carry on her mission and create lasting change in our community and society. Through education, advocacy, and compassion, we can make a difference and ensure that her impact endures.
Visit the Peace Church website to learn more about our initiatives, events, and how you can get involved. Together, we can build a brighter future and honor the memory of this incredible individual.
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