Meron Tebeje

Freedom to Thrive.
a Black, queer, first gen Ethiopian womxn from the city of purple rain, Minneapolis. With a background in Anthropology, she is passionate about shifting narratives and the archival preservation of diasporic oral histories. She has organized with Students Against Hunger and Homelessness, Whose Diversity? and is currently with Black Youth Project 100. As an abolitionist and cultural organizer, she believes it is her duty to break down barriers to ensure representation that centers Black liberation within current movement spaces. She uses photography and videography to capture direct actions and Black joy, utilizing afro-futurism as a tool to envision our collective freedoms.

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