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Alexandria Hollett

Alexandria Hollett

Alexandria Hollett is a doctoral candidate at Indiana University within the departments of Curriculum and Instruction and Gender Studies. Formerly a public school teacher and union delegate in Chicago, Alexandria is a Faculty Fellow at IU and a recipient of the Alan Wardell Award for Queer Advocacy in Education. As a community organizer, she has helped plan and implement a diverse array of justice initiatives, workshops, and events on a variety of topics. In 2016, she helped create Inaugurate the Revolution, a day of community action, solidarity, and resistance to the then-incoming federal administration. In addition to her studies and activisms, she is also a spoken word poet and drag performer at The Back Door.

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Organizing the Left Through Strategy and Solidarity

How do people with similar values unite when their methods of action conflict with each other? Writer and organizer Alexandria Hollett says this question is illuminated by “the difference between organizing campaigns on the one hand and symbolic activism on the other.” Hollett speaks to several local activists about “building the world we all deserve.” Click here to read the full story.

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