PATRISSE KHAN-CUL­LORS is an artist, orga­niz­er and free­dom fight­er from Los Ange­les. A co-founder of Black Lives Mat­ter, she is also a per­for­mance artist, Ful­bright schol­ar, pop­u­lar pub­lic speak­er and an NAACP His­to­ry Mak­er.ASHA BAN­DELE, author of the best-sell­ing and award-win­ning mem­oir The Prisoner’s Wife and four oth­er works, has been hon­ored for her work in jour­nal­ism, fic­tion, poet­ry and activism. A moth­er and a for­mer senior edi­tor at Essence mag­a­zine, Asha serves as a senior direc­tor at the Drug Pol­i­cy Alliance.
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When They Call You a Terrorist
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors on her path to activism and being criminalized at age 12.