Good Sista Bad Sista
THE performance/poetry dynamic duo
An organizing collective of radical people of color
Finding Common Ground in New Orleans
a short documentary that addresses the social injustice that took place during and after the hurricane Katrina disaster.
websites for action, education and donations
to comrades and the rev.
Human Rights Coalition
A prisoner family organization with three chapters in Pennsylvania dedicated to abolishing the prison system. Walidah helped to found it.
Kakamia Jahad Imarisha
Kakamia is an artist, a poet, an organizer and a prisoner in California. He is also Walidah’s brother and her heart.
Sundiata Acoli Freedom Campaign
Sundiata Acoli is a Black Panther political prisoner, arrested with Assata Shakur. He has been incarcerated over 33 years and continues the struggle for freedom. Walidah is a member of SAFC.
A national radical publication, Walidah served on the editorial board.
A national radical magazine and CD focused on supporting indepenent hip hop and challenging militarization overseas and in communities of color. Walidah helped to found and served as the first editor of the magazine.
Walidah was on staff of this foundation that gives grants to women and trans artists creating social change and aided in designing their new programs. In addition, she wrote the poem that was adopted as their vision statement.
A band/collective/rebel army of Puerto Punx who make music, films, zines, chapbooks, fashion statements and revolution that Walidah is a part of.