Elandria Williams

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Elandria Williams "has been involved in activism and organizing since she was a youth herself, starting out organizing around getting rid of the Confederate flag and trying to end the race riots in East Tennessee high schools. As an African American and Indigenous differently-abled young person, she has spent the better part of three years working with youth and young adults of color from traditional families of color, multi-racial families of color, including transracial adopted folk, and transient youth both in foster care and emancipated. Before coming to Highlander she has been most involved in popular education and organizing around anti-oppression, anti-racism, nonviolence, education reform, the prison military industrial complex, and intergenerational education and organizing with many different organizations including the Fellowship of Reconciliation, the Unitarian Universalist Association, and the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. She is proficient in Portuguese and speaks some Spanish." [1]

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  1. Staff, Highlander Research and Education Center, accessed August 7, 2009.