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Alicia (pronouns: they/she) is a proud Southerner, community organizer and media-transformation doula working at the intersections of Afrofuturist imagination, journalism, land, food and all the spaces in between. At Free Press, Alicia dreams, strategizes and organizes to win media reparations and to create a media ecosystem where everyone can thrive, ideally much earlier than the year 2070. They’ve arrived where they are via a path that includes electoral organizing in North Carolina, parent, student and youth organizing in New York, and housing, health and police-accountability organizing in Oakland. Alicia is also a parent, a member of a local gardening collective and a lover of big bodies of nature.

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