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Kenza Kamal

Kenza is a coordinator of the Facilitation for Liberation Fellowship. She began her journey with political education in 2015, running peer programs in youth jails building solidarity between college students and young incarcerated people. Since then, she has facilitated workshops, trainings, and teach-ins as a member of a number of organizations building power for AAPI, Black, criminalized, and young people. Alongside her membership in OPAWL, she is a founding member of Eid Letters to Incarcerated Muslims (ELIM Ohio), working to turn the tide against the prison-industrial complex in Muslim communities. She sees raising consciousness as an anti-colonial practice, and is committed to mass grassroots education as a path towards what the Zapatistas call ‘a world where many worlds fit.’

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