Imani Henry

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Imani Henry is a Brooklyn-based Caribbean social worker and community organizer for numerous activist movements, including: queer, trans, and immigrant rights; anti-war demonstrations; anti-death penalty and police brutality; and anti-racism. He has worked with TransJustice (a part of the Audre Lorde Project geared toward transgender people of color) and contributed to several literary collections, including does your mama know? An Anthology of Black Lesbian Coming Out Stories and Voices Rising: Celebrating 20 Years of Black Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Writing. At the time of this writing he is heading a pushback against gentrification in Brooklyn and working for OD for the People, a company that helps develop non-profits within an anti-oppression framework.

His Twitter account can be found here; his Tumblr, here. Both are filled with calls to action and photographs from activist campaigns.

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