Jun 6, 2020
In this powerful episode, I’m joined by Kalaya’an Mendoza, a nonviolent direct action trainer and disaster preparedness expert, to talk about the current climate and advice for those who headed out to protest in the streets. We chat about how we can show solidarity with Black folx and addressing racism within our Asian community.
Kalaya’an Mendoza (he/him) is a nonviolent direct action trainer, Disaster Preparedness expert recognized by TIME Magazine and has spent the last twenty years of his life fighting for social justice on Turtle Island and around the world alongside Human Rights Defenders in the Global South.
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You can find Kalaya’an on Instagram (@kalamendoza) and Twitter (@kalamendoza) and his email email@example.com
Check out his nonprofit Across Front Lines at acrossfrontlines.org.
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