Sian Miranda Singh OFaolain IV

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Sian Miranda Singh OFaolain


Sian Miranda Singh OFaolain IV is an organizational development consultant, she works to build the capacity of racial justice organizations led by Black women. Recent clients include BYP100, New Orleans Worker’s Center for Racial Justice, and SisterSong Women of Color Collective for Reproductive Justice. In the face of the intersecting oppressions of white supremacy, imperialism, heteropatriarchy and capitalism, for Sian Black Feminism is about embodying our power to create wholeness for ourselves, all humans, and the earth.

Education

  • Studied Forced Migration Studies at Witwatersrand
  • Studied at Witwatersrand
  • Studied at Market Photo Workshop Newtown
  • Studied at University of Cape Town
  • Studied Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University
  • Went to Atlanta International School

Activism

Role of Asian American and Pacific Islander Movements

LeftRoots journal Out to Win! issue 1, February 2019: The Role of Asian American and Pacific Islander Movements: Race, Nationality Oppression and Revolutionary Strategy.

Out To Win: Issue 1, page 7

By Carolyn Chou, Cecilia Lim, Lydia Lowe, Don Misumi, Miranda Singh OFaolain, Jensine Raihan, Helena Wong.

LeftRoots to Brazil

Support LeftRoots comrades to attend the international school of Transnational Decolonial Black Feminism in the Americas to be held in Cachoeira, Bahia, Brazil from July 29 to August 2, 2019.

With some support from LeftRoots, 7 cadres will be traveling to Bahia, Brazil to learn and engage with Black Feminists from across the Americas and the globe to deepen our feminist socialist praxis. We are raising $10,000 by April 19 to go toward airfare and other travel costs in order to attend the program.

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Black women are a driving force in the movement for social and economic justice in Brazil, even as far-right president Bolsonaro pushes a racist and homophobic agenda centered on militarization and privatization. We continue to mourn the brutal assassination of activist and politician Marielle Franco and honor her legacy and call to resist. We see the Decolonial Black Feminism school as an opportunity to practice internationalism and learn from Black feminists across the diaspora.[1]

Delegates included Vanessa Moses, Brianna Gibson, Jayanni Webster, Lisa Husniyyah Owens, Sian Miranda Singh OFaolain IV, Paige Amanda Kumm.

Black Ideological Struggle Webinar

Black Ideological Struggle: Radical, Liberal, Conservative Public · Hosted by Sendolo Diaminah and Cazembe Jackson

Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 8:30 PM

Created for Black August Practice Group

Join Sendolo Diaminah for a conversation about why Black radicals can and must learn how to effectively engage liberal and conservative ideologies among our people.
September 2, 2017. Hey family! Here is the final recording from the Black August webinars! Sendolo Diaminah took lots of patience and creativity breaking down Black Ideological Struggle for us.[2]

Those expressing interesting on Facebook included Sian Miranda Singh OFaolain IV.

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