Josh Healey

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Josh Healey

Template:TOCnestleft Josh Healey is an award-winning writer, performer, and creative activist. Fusing his distinct storytelling style with a subversive humor and fiery love for justice, Healey is a regular performer on NPR’s Snap Judgment. He has performed and led workshops at UC-Berkeley, Harvard, and over 200 colleges, high schools, and conferences across the country.

As program director for Youth Speaks, Healey spearheaded spoken word and youth empowerment programs across the Bay Area and the country. He helped coordinate two national projects that combined creative storytelling and environmental activism: Life is Living, a series of eco-equity hip-hop festivals that started in Oakland, and Brave New Voices: Speak Green, a partnership with Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute that amplified the voices of the nation’s top youth poets in the green movement. A recipient of the Mario Savio Young Activist Award, Healey believes in free speech and practices it to the fullest. Beginning this year, he is excited to work with Movement Generation, using art and creativity to lift up key stories of the ecological justice movement in the Bay Area and beyond.

Born and raised in Washington DC, Healey lives in Oakland. [1]

He is the son of Richard Healey and Debbie Goldman.

MG personnel

Movement Generation leaders as of December 2015.[2]

"Migrant Rights in a Hostile Climate: From Border Wars to Ecological Justice"

Fruitvale Senior Center Wednesday 27 January 2016, "Migrant Rights in a Hostile Climate: From Border Wars to Ecological Justice" organized by Movement Generation.

Featuring speakers:

Hosted by Ellen Choy and Gopal Dayaneni from Movement Generation

Cosponsored by: Arab Resource and Organizing Center , Asian Pacific Environmental Network , Black Alliance for Just Immigration, CultureStrike, Mujeras Unidas y Activas.

Those indicating attendance on Wherevent included Vivian Yi Huang, Ellen Choy, Carolina Prado, Paul Bubblehouse, Jessica Cook, Eli Isaacs, M. Solis Whelan, Megan Zapanta, Josh Cadji, Yosimar Reyes, Josh Healey, Mateo Nube, Lulu Palestina, Maria Alejandra Escalante, Espejo Ahumado, Erika Minkowsky, Layidua Salazar, Lara Kiswani, Nicolas Gonzalez Medina, Paul Bissember, Jacky Rivera, Alvina Wong, Zachariah Barghouti, Kelly Lou Densmore, Gerardo Omar Marin, Gerardo Omar Marin, Sharif Zakout, Micah Bazant, Terri Kay, Isaac Lev, Scott Parkin, Pulga Autonoma, Cayden Mak, Katina Castillo, Shiva Patel, Aimee Molina Cuellar, Luna Giulianna Reiley, Brooke Anderson.[3]