- 1 Career
- 2 Education
- 3 Guatemala delegation
- 4 Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism
- 5 Asian/Indian left network
- 6 Samia Assed connection
- 7 Pushback Network
- 8 Opposed ballot measure
- 9 Native Organizers Alliance Advisory Council
- 10 Comrades
- 11 It Takes Roots
- 12 References
In a relationship with Tushka Hiloha Hill.
- Former Co-Director at SouthWest Organizing Project
- Worked at Campaign for Community Change
- Worked at Center for Community Change
- Studies Indigenous liberal studies at Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA)
- Studied Dance at University of New Mexico
- Went to Capitol Hill High School
Indigenous Environmental Network November 4 · 2019.
The entire delegation group with Elvida from the ADH, L to R: Claire (Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala NISGUA), Simone Senogles (Indigenous Environmental Network), Elvida (ADH), Bineshi Albert (IEN), Luz Guerra (IEN consultant), and Bridget (NISGUA).
Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance November 1, 2019.
50 social justice activists from across the US and Puerto Rico are currently in Havana, Cuba for the #ItTakesRoots delegation to the Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism. We are here to build deeper relationships, to affirm the principles of solidarity and grassroots internationalism, and to continue to fight for a systemic transformation against capitalism, patriarchy, colonialism and racism.
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance October 30 2019,
50 social justice activists from across the United States and Puerto Rico just landed in Havana, Cuba for the It Takes Roots delegating to the Continental Convergence for Democracy and Against Neoliberalism.
We are here to build deeper relationships, to affirm the principles of solidarity and grassroots internationalism, and to continue to fight for a systemic transformation against capitalism, patriarchy, colonialism and racism.
It Takes Roots is a multiracial effort led by women and gender oppressed people of color and Indigenous peoples on the frontlines of racial, housing and climate justice. It Takes Roots is made up of the members of Grassroots Global Justice, Right to the City, the Indigenous Environmental Network and the Climate Justice Alliance.
Hendrik Voss and Bineshi Albert
It Takes Roots November 7 ·2019.
Cuban Movement of Peace: The #ItTakesRoots delegation met with the Cuban Movement for Peace and Sovereignty of the Peoples (MOVPAZ) to discuss antimilitarism efforts. MOVPAZ shared insightful information and taught the delegation about its powerful work around efforts to close the Guantanamo prison, push for nuclear disarmament, fight for climate justice, and more. — with Angela Adrar, Bineshi Albert, Maria Irene Lopez, Samudra Kine, Kirtrina Baxter, Chloe Sachine Sumi, Shaun Grogan-Brown, Jacqueline Sirenita, Tom Goldtooth Darryl E. Jordan and Marion Gee.
Puerto Rican mission in Havana
The #ItTakesRoots Cuba delegation visited the Puerto Rican mission in Havana for a conversation about the fight for the independence of the Puerto Rican people, the historical relationship between Cuba and Puerto Rico, Indigenous peoples in both countries, the US embargo, the continued impact that #HurricanMaria has on the island, #JustRecovery, about ways that we can work together, and more.
With Darryl E. Jordan, Chloe Sachine Sumi, Jaron Browne, Jacqueline Sirenita, Jihan Hafiz, Monica Atkins, Yuki Kidokoro, Shaun Grogan-Brown, Maria Irene Lopez, Cindy Wiesner, Basav Sen, Bineshi Albert, Jade Leah Daniels, Angela Adrar, Tom Goldtooth and Marion Gee.
Federation of Cuban Women
The #ItTakesRoots Cuba delegation visited the Federation of Cuban Women, to learn about the situation in Cuba & to exchange ideas. #GrassrootsFeminism — with Jaron Browne, Jihan Hafiz, Yuki Kidokoro, Shaun Grogan-Brown, Maria Irene Lopez, Cindy Wiesner, Bineshi Albert, Jade Leah Daniels, Angela Adrar and Marion Gee.
Asian/Indian left network
Bineshi Albert September 4, 2013:
Besides photos of my children and grandmothers this is the most cherished picture I have. It also capture one of my most valuable memories and lessons - laughter thru tears. These women along with a few others not in pic have shaped the woman I am today. The woman 2nd on the left is Nilak Butler and today would have been her birthday. These days when I am struggling with life's challenges I ask.
Samia Assed connection
- Chair: Robby Rodriguez, SouthWest Organizing Project, NM
- Vice Chair: Sondra Youdelman, Community Voices Heard, NY
- Secretary: Rudy Gonzalves, California Alliance, CA
- Treasurer: Leroy Johnson, Southern Echo, MS
- Hill Carmichael, Greater Birmingham Ministries, AL
- Scott Douglas, Greater Birmingham Ministries, AL
- Kimble Forrister, Arise Citizens’ Policy Project, AL
- Darnell Johnson, Kentucky Jobs with Justice, KY
- Burt Lauderdale, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, KY
- Mike Sayer, Southern Echo, MS
- Anthony Thigpenn, Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education, CA
- William Weahkee, Director, SAGE Council, NM
- Lisa Abbott, Kentuckians for the Commonwealth, KY
- Bineshi Albert, SouthWest Organizing Project, SAGE NM
- Presdelane Harris, Arise Citizens’ Policy Project, AL
- Attica Scott, Kentucky Jobs with Justice, KY
- Henry Serrano, New York Jobs with Justice, NY
- Karla Zombro, Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education, CA
Opposed ballot measure
November 2013. prominent women leaders joined the Respect ABQ Women campaign to speak out against the Nov 19 ballot measure. After, they joined together to walk to the office of the city clerk to cast some of the first votes towards defeating the ballot measure. Join them in voting AGAINST this ballot measure.
Native Organizers Alliance Advisory Council
- Director - Judith LeBlanc
- Bineshi Albert
- Louise Benally
- Kara Denise Brewer Boyd
- Danisha Christian
- Kathy Forliti
- Petuuche Gilbert
- Michaelynn Hawk
- Manuel F. Pino
- OJ Semans
- Marsha Whiting
Bineshi Albert November 1, 2018 ·
It Takes Roots
Ananda Lee Tan August 19, 2018:
My amazing It Takes Roots team, gearing up to confront disaster capitalism, and champion community solutions to protect Mother Earth and all her peoples. Join us for Solidarity 2 Solutions week in San Francisco: Sept 8-14 — with Anamika Jain, Cindy Wiesner, Bineshi Albert, Zol Boo, Angela Adrar, Doria Robinson, Beatrice Camacho, Antonio Diaz, Alvina Wong, Tom Goldtooth, Heather Thiry, Kitzia Esteva, Marion Gee, Malcolm Torreoon Chu, Senowa Mize-Fox, Marco van Basten, Kitty Huddleston, Jaron Browne, Laura Navarro, Tere Almaguer, Pam Tau Lee, Chloe Sachine Sumi, Jacqueline Sirenita and Maya Bhardwaj in San Francisco, California.