Ais­linn Pul­ley is an orga­niz­er with Black Lives Mat­ter Chica­go. She was an orga­niz­er with We Charge Geno­cide, a found­ing mem­ber of Insight Arts, a cul­tur­al non-prof­it that used art for social change, and a mem­ber of the per­for­mance ensem­ble, End of the Lad­der. She is a founder of the young women’s per­for­mance ensem­ble ded­i­cat­ed to end­ing sex­u­al assault, Vis­i­bil­i­ty Now, as well as the founder and cre­ator of urban youth mag­a­zine, Under­ground Philosophy.
The Killing of Harith Augustus Shows How Police Violence and Capitalism Are Inextricably Linked
On Chicago police, economic violence and the Black resistance movement.