Some of the ReFrame mentors reflect on their mentees and the hope they have for the future.
Shanelle Matthews, ReFrame mentor and Communications Director at Black Lives Matter Global Network, reflects on why learning and collaborative spaces like ReFrame are humanizing and powerful for oppressed communities.
Brandon Hill, who works with Cook Inlet Keeper, talks about why he applied for and participated in ReFrame. Brandon and Cook Inlet Keeper are doing some amazing things to protect the future of our planet on the front lines of climate change in Alaska. By focusing on the stories and importance of salmon across cultures […]
Fresco Steez, who works with BYP100, talks about the importance of story and the responsibility of building power towards action to end oppression for all people. Fresco and BYP100 are making resistance and liberation look irresistible through creative design and cultural exploration and alignment, as a part of organizing a national organization dedicated to creating […]
JaNaé Bates, who works with ISAIAH, talks about shifting narratives away from fear and towards hope and liberation. JaNaé is leading ISAIAH’s work communicating with and to faith communities through out Minnesota on the most pressing issues of our time: racial justice, worker justice, migrant justice, and climate justice. Check out more abour ISAIAH here […]
The ReFrame Mentorship is a six-month program that builds the next generation of strategic communicators in social justice, and supports organization to integrate communications as a core strategy. Featuring: Hairo Cortes, Shanelle Matthews, Jen Soriano, Jasmine Leeward and Fresco Steez.
L’lerrét Jazelle Ailith, BYP100
Charlene Carruthers, BYP100