Kristian Davis Bailey

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Kristian Davis Bailey


Kristian Davis Bailey is a member of LeftRoots.[1]

Brother of Nick Bailey and Allie Bailey. Son of Ann Bailey.

Background

Kristian Davis Bailey is the communications manager at Palestine Legal, overseeing the organization’s social media, press engagement, and communications strategy.

Kristian received a BA in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity at Stanford University, where he was a campus and national organizer with Students for Justice in Palestine.

Prior to working at Palestine Legal, Kristian worked as a freelance writer and journalist, publishing in AFROPUNK, Al Jazeera English, Colorlines, Ebony, Huffington Post, and with forthcoming work in Jadaliyya.

Kristian has done extensive work on building Black-Palestinian solidarity as co-founder of Black for Palestine and co-author of the 2015 Black Solidarity with Palestine Statement signed by over 1,000 Black activists including Angela Davis, Cornel West and Mumia Abu-Jamal. His work has taken him to Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and South Africa.

Kristian is based in Palestine Legal’s Chicago office. [2]

Refugee camp

Kristian Davis Bailey January 3, 2019 ·

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Baddawi Refugee Camp, Tripoli, Lebanon Nakba Day 2018.

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