People who do great social justice work :)

Paul Kivel‘s work asks this question –
“How can we live and work together to sustain community, nurture each individual, and create a multi-cultural society based on love, caring, justice and interdependence with all living things?”

Susan Raffo is an old friend who does incredible work around healing justice, our bodies, genders, abilities, identities….

Sharon Day – executive director of Indigenous Peoples Task Force since 1990. Ms. Day is also a grandmother, artist, musician, and writer

Veronica Mendez Moore – co-director at Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha (CTUL). For over eight years, she has organized and developed leadership with low-wage workers to fight for fair wages and working conditions in industries across the Twin Cities. CTUL plays a crucial role in the labor movement, creating innovative models of organizing. 

Tori Hong – (she/they) Korean/Hmong Queer future ancestor and artist rooted in radical love, spirituality, and resistance. co-founded and facilitated a youth-led research & art project called Asian American Youth Storytellers (2019). Also created a quarantine activity booklet, The Growbook (2020).

Jennifer Nguyen Moore –  st. Paul organizer and environmentalist. provides some insight and advice for any young people interested in running for office

Sun Yung Shin – writer, editor, activist, body worker

Ricardo Levis Morales – artist and organizer based in Minneapolis