Anjali Kapoor is a coordinator of the Facilitation for Liberation fellowship. She first experienced a taste of popular education in middle school, through a leadership development program which equipped its students with the vision and skills to change the world. Her ideas on what that change might look like were transformed when she volunteered at an inside-outside political education program run through a youth jail in rural Ohio, and has ever since organized through the framework of prison and police abolition. Since then, she has helped organize a state-wide decarceration campaign for drug offenses, conducted field research on the environmental justice movements in Uttarakhand, India, been an editor for OPAWL’s Quaranzine, and facilitated a year-long identity development program for APIDA students at OSU. Anjali is a community organizer working on creating a movement with strong decentralized leadership, and passionate about facilitation as a tool that enables that.