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Corita Brown

Corita Brown (she/her) is the fourth generation in her family organizing for racial and economic justice.  She is deeply grateful for her parents, grandparents  and great-grandparents who have taught her so much about resilience, courage, and the importance of showing

Aleeze Arthur

Aleeze is a local PFLAG president and grassroots trainer with decades of experience organizing in the rural South for electoral power. She is a founding member of Port City Pride – a Pride organization based in North Carolina that’s committed

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B Loewe

B. Loewe is the director of On Point Studios, a virtual events and creative interventions shop that partners with social movement organizations to blend campaign strategy, story-telling, and digital mediums to make change.  Most recently, B. served as the Deputy

Carla F Wallace

Carla F Wallace (she/they) was born Louisville, Kentucky on Cherokee, Shawnee and Osage land. She grew up between a farm in Oldham County and in Amsterdam, Netherlands where her grandparents hid communists and others resisting the nazi occupation of Holland,

Caroline Picker

Caroline Picker (she/her) comes from Ashkenazi Jewish refugees fleeing the Holocaust and western European settlers who arrived in what is now the United States in the 1600s. As a white person with class privilege, she’s clear that none of us

Chanelle Gallant

Chanelle Gallant has been active in grassroots movements for sex workers rights and racial justice for 20 years as an organizer, movement strategist, trainer, fundraiser, writer and speaker. She is on the Leadership Team for Showing Up For Racial Justice

Corri Frohlich

Corri Frohlich (she/her) has engaged in social justice organizing for over fifteen years in areas related to prison abolition and decarceration efforts, anti-racism and fat and queer liberation. As a cisgender white queer woman, who does not come from a

Dahlia Ferlito

Dahlia Ferlito (they/them) is a white, queer, non-binary anti-racist organizer and co-founder of White People for Black Lives. They believe that white people are responsible for ending the white supremacist system. To do so, white people must: remain organized, challenge

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Jes Kelley

Jes Kelley (she/her) is currently the programming director at Resource Generation. Jes has been shaped by many movements and experiences including getting to be a trainer with Dismantling Racism Works for eight years. She is a white Southerner with a

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