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Womanist Scholar-Activist on the Front Lines of Social Justice Struggles
  • Award-winning community advocate and leader of the Los Angeles Chapter of Black Lives Matter
  • Professor and former Chair of Pan-African Studies at California State University, Los Angeles
  • Writer, radio host and regular commentator in national media outlets
Acclaimed Activist-Scholar, Educator, and Practitioner
  • Extensive experience in diversity issues in higher education including social justice education, leadership, intersectionality and identity development, race and ethnic relations, knowledge production, postcolonial thought and critical race theory, and critical pedagogy and practice in higher education. 
  • Writer on student identity, hip hop culture, cultural centers, cultural and ethnic studies, institutional research and campus climates, and supporting faculty of color
Educator & Author on Racism and White Engagement in Racial Justice Work
  • With 25 years experience, one of the leading voices in white communities for racial justice
  • Books include Towards the "Other America": Anti-Racist Resources for White People Taking Action for Black Lives Matter
  • Supports students and faculty to become effective allies for justice, move past guilt and confusion, and act with love and courage
Queer/Transgender Tamil-Sri Lankan-American Performer, Writer, Comedian, Activist
  • Keynote speaker and performer focused on social justice, queer/trans issues, immigration, family, and art
  • Work includes stand-up comedy, solo theater, plays, films and music production, poetry, and spoken word
  • Focus of the award-winning documentary on his life and work, Performing Girl
Author, Educator and Activist
  • Leader in the movement for economic, racial, and gender equality
  • Author of numerous books on the prison industrial complex including Abolition Democracy and Are Prisons Obsolete?
Pro-Black Organizer Innovating Gen Z's Approach to Political Theory and Discourse
  • Activism in a Digital Age
  • Capitalism and Black Liberation
  • Addressing Issues Related to Race, Gender, and Social Class Within the U.S. Historical and Political Framework, and in the Classroom
  • Documentary Filmmaker for Human Rights and the Global Climate Crisis
Activist. Feminist. Digital Organizer. Future POTUS.
  • Founder of @GenZGirlGang
  • Named Teen Vogue 21 under 21
  • Received Planned Parenthood Catalyst for Change Award
  • Focused on issues of feminism, youth leadership and civic engagement, sex education, and homelessness.
Educator, Singer and RAPtivist
  • Leader of the RAPtivism project which links hip hop with efforts for freedom and justice.
  • Presentations look at Hip Hop Education and Social Justice, youth engagement, and global citizenship
Award-Winning Educator and Leading Voice on Education Equity
  • Co-editor of the books, Black Lives Matter at School and Teaching for Black Lives
  • Winner of the national “Secondary School Teacher of the Year” award and the “Courageous Leadership” award from the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences, among other honors
  • One of the leading educators in the Black Lives Matter at School movement, editor for Rethinking Schools magazine, and organizer with Social Equity Educators (SEE)
Human Rights Activist, Poet and Scholar
  • Former Black Panther leader and political prisoner
  • Lectures focus on womens' leadership, physical and emotional well-being of women and children, youth incarceration, education, and the role of spiritual practice in sustaining activism and promoting change
Racial Justice Scholar-Activist, Writer, and Lawyer
  • Author of We Too Sing America: South Asian, Arab, Muslim and Sikh Immigrants Shape Our Multiracial Future, winner of a 2016 American Book Award
  • Senior Advisor at Building Movement Project and curator of Solidarity Is
  • Creator of the framework, Mapping Our Roles in a Social Change Ecosystem
  • Former Executive Director of South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) 
Immigration Activist and Undocumented and Black DACA recipient
  • One of the leading activists and advocates for the representation of Undocumented and Black immigrants within the mainstream immigrant narrative
  • Former Communications Coordinator for for the UndocuBlack Network
  • California Ambassador for the United State of Women
Internationally Renowned Activist working on Sustainable Development, Climate Change and Environmental Justice in Native America
  • Author of numerous books including Recovering the Sacred, All our Relations and a novel, Last Standing Woman
  • Executive Director of the Honor the Earth and founder of the White Earth Land Recovery Project
Emerging Youth Leader and LGBTQ+ Advocate
  • As a gay teenager, her story of perseverance in the face of adversity captured national headlines
  • Named one of of the 2018 OUT100 by Out Magazine
  • 1st trans woman to run for Florida Senate District 6
  • Youth Ambassador for the Human Rights Campaign
  • Founder and President of Unbroken Horizons Scholarship Foundation
Political Leader and Trailblazer
  • County Commissioner in Georgia, part of a new wave of young women of color entering politics nationwide
  • Openly queer, hip hop artist (Linqua Franqa), and PhD candidate in linguistics
  • Community organizer dedicated to transformative politics and civic engagement
Nationally Acclaimed Queer Poet and Speaker
  • Part of a new generation of young undocumented artists, his voice shines light on issues affecting queer immigrant youth and disenfranchised communities in the U.S.
  • The Advocate named Reyes one of "13 LGBT Latinos Changing the World"
  • Author of the poetry collection, For Colored Boys Who Speak Softly…
Changing the Culture of Complacency
  • Diversity, Inclusion, Sexual Harassment Prevention Trainers, Educators, and Content Creators
  • Racial Justice Education and Training
  • Sexual Health and Reproductive Justice Education and Advocacy
  • Arts-Based Approaches with experience in film, TV, radio and theater