In challenging times it is important for us to be bold, not only to show the opposition that we are not afraid but more so to deepen our vision of how we imagine a just world to be. What would a Reproductive Justice board look like if we listened and trusted the people whose identities are at the intersections of the oppression we are looking to overcome? How can we practice for the future, today?
I'm a Blacktina (Black & Dominican) Twin Cities native - a rare breed who loves Minneapolis just as much as I do St. Paul. I'm a pleasure activist empowering people in the struggle to acknowledge and uplift joy, humor & satisfaction. And, currently supports coalition building in the twin cities between BIPOC (Black, Ingenious, People of Color) birth workers and abortion providers.