Biola Jeje

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Biola Jeje

Template:TOCnestleft Biola Jeje is an organizer, digital strategist, and writer. Originally from Brooklyn, NY -- she became politicized through youth theatre in New York City. From there she has worked in the student movement, Movement for Black Lives, labor and environmental justice spaces. She helped organize the first National Student Power Convergence in 2012 and was a co-founder of New York Students Rising, a statewide student network dedicated to the defense of public higher education. [1]

WFP comrades

Sarah Ganong July 11 2019·

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We're gonna win, y'all. Text WFP to 738674 to join us. — with Taylor Biniarz, Lindsay Farrell, Zack Campbell, Ol Dhrupad, Carlos Cienfuegos Moreno, Biola Jeje, Maurice Moe Mitchell, Kristin Burgess, Luis G. Luna, Mike Merli and Roger Senserrich.

Momentum trainers

Momentum trainers, as of April 2, 2018 included Biola Jeje;[2]

Remember Morales/Shakur Center

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Suzy Subways October 20, 2013;

I went to City College of NY this morning with David Suker at 10:30 am to stop by the Morales/Shakur Center, a center of student and community movement-building for more than 20 years. We were signed in at the front desk and then followed by security who told us we'd be arrested if we didn't leave right away, because we asked what had happened to the sign! This is what we saw: Please share. Rodolfo Leyton, Sydney Jordan Cooley, Hank Williams, Khalil Vasquez, Brad Sigal, Angelica Clarke, Biola Jeje, Isham Lakatos, Christopher Gunderson — with Alyssia Paula, Eric Odell, Kazembe Balagun, Terance Podolski and Fanshen Wong.

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