Alix Shabazz

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Alix Shabazz is Program Coordinator & Lead Organizer at Neighborhood Organizing Institute. Lives in Madison, Wisconsin.

Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing

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Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing, was a nationwide conference call organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Sunday October 30, 2016.

What's the nature of this right-wing threat? What has this election cycle changed about the political terrain we're fighting on? How do we need to prepare for whats coming after the election? Hear about these crucial questions from our panel of top political strategists, including Nelini Stamp, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Linda Burnham, and Sendolo Diaminah.

Those indicating interest in attending, on Facebook included Alix Shabazz.[1]

Comrades

Z. Lula Haukeness July 10, 2015 ·

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With Nneka Akubeze, Karma Chavez, Morathi Adams, Jennifer Epps-Addison, Ti S. Banks, Jasmine Timmons, Alix Shabazz, Eric S. Upchurch II, Brandi Grayson, Matthew Braunginn and Max Rameau.

Black Lives Matter Madison conference

Matt Nelson June 6, 2015 ·

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  1. BlackLivesMatter movement-building conversation, #Wisconsin rising. Invest in community, no new jails, and community control of police. Leverage this moment AND build this movement! From outrage, to mobilization, to organization, vision, consciousness, power…forward! — with Tī S. Banks, Alix Shabazz, Jamala Rogers, Morathi Adams, Z. Lula Haukeness and Kabzuag Vaj.

MCC co-op

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Z. Lula Haukeness September 15, 2014 ·

Last week a new MCC co-op opened which will serve as transitional living for eight to ten 18-21 year olds, purchased by Dane County, managed by Madison Community Cooperative with services provided by Youth Services of Southern Wisconsin/Briarpatch, in partnership with Operation Welcome Home, Operation Fresh Start and Transitional Education Program. This is the result of a lot of work by various organizations, elected officials, and individuals. The roots of the project started with the efforts of Take Back the Land back in 2010. Since then various partners and ideas have come together to coalesce into what it is now. Very exciting to see it opened. I want to give thanks to some of the people who were catalysts to projects like this and brave enough to move into foreclosed houses to demand that housing be seen as a human right and that we have community control over the land (...while striving for an anti-settler framework:). Thanks to Desi Wilson, Alix Ade Shabazz Ashley Sh'Niece Gray Christina, Velerie, Belinda, Roosevelt, Angel, Tonya TurnerBlake Robert McGee, and other liberators who saw that, as Desi said “this is about finding a place to live for me and my kids, but it is also about a bigger movement.”

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