Ki

AKIEA “KI” GROSS

Akiea “Ki” Gross (they/them) is an abolitionist early educator, consultant, cultural organizer and creative entrepreneur currently innovating ways to resist, heal, liberate and create with their pedagogy, Woke Kindergarten, a global, abolitionist early learning community, creative expanse and consultancy supporting children, families, educators and organizations in their commitment to abolitionist early education and pro-Black and LGBTQIA+ liberation.

Lil Milagro

LIL MILAGRO HENRIQUEZ

Lil Milagro Henriquez is the founder and Executive Director of Mycelium Youth Network, an organization dedicated to preparing and empowering young people of color for climate change. Lil Milagro is a veteran of social justice organizing with over 18+ years of experience working on a myriad of issues, including access to higher education for low-income people and communities of color, food sovereignty, environmental racism, union democracy and labor organizing, among others. In 2017, she founded Mycelium Youth Network. She is the 2020 recipient of the Women’s Earth Alliance fellowship.

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LIZA GESUDEN

Liza Gesuden is a second-generation Pinay mama, educator, and organizer. She’s a founding member of People’s Education Movement Bay Area and traces her educational family tree to Pin@y Educational Partnerships, Free Minds Free People, and Kabataang maka Bayan. She has taught Ethnic Studies, English, and Social Studies in Southern California and the Bay Area for the past 19 years. She currently teaches at University Pathways Public Service Academy in Watts.

 

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