Black Organizing Project
We’re creating justice through organizing and community building
Alexandria grew up in a family that’s women in one way or another were involved in a fight for justice. Therefore she was one of the children who used to sit in on meetings and see what it looked like to sit down with people and strategize ways to solve problems at a very young age. Alexandria then become involved in organizing during her middle school years where she became involved in an organization where they developed a fight that deeply mattered to the young people they fought for a curriculum that was racially inclusive & just as well as leading undoing racism trainings among youth , registering people to vote across the country , sitting on a senate youth advisory council to be a voice for the youth in matters pertaining to curriculum. Alexandria is a mother and very family oriented and hopes to teach her daughter the valuable lessons that we can all learn about from the power of organizing.