Stuart Desmond McIntyre

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Stuart Desmond McIntyre

Stuart Desmond McIntyre lives in Columbus, Ohio. Hee was a co-founder and co-director of the Ohio Student Association, which has developed hundreds of young leaders, registered and mobilized tens of thousands of young voters, and served as the anchor organization for the movement for black lives in Ohio. He is currently working on statewide small-town organizing as a part of the Ohio Organizing Collaborative, a state power organization building a base of everyday Ohioans to win social, racial and economic justice.[1]

OOC OSA comrades

Ohio Organizing CollaborativeJune 26, 2016.


OSA! — with Morgan McNabb, Genesis Shine, Grace Goodluck, Ryan Kreaps, Sarah Louise Nocar, Stuart Desmond McIntyre and Kevin O'Donnell.

'Who Killed Travyon'


Stuart Desmond McIntyre July 31, 2013; ·

Fantastic 'Who Killed Travyon' mass meeting last night at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church. I could feel the collective outrage and the collective conviction pulsing through the room. Ohio Student Association Molly Shack, James Hayes, Aramis Malachi-Ture Sundiata, Amber Evans, Natalie Yoon, Heather Otto, Ani Mwalimu, Clint Elmore...



October 4, 2013, as soon as the Zimmerman verdict came through, Ohio Student Association jumped into action. Ohio legislators had just introduced Stand Your Ground in Ohio, and they were putting on the fast-track.

We organized a 500 person mass meeting > took 20 young leaders to DC for the MOW > hosted 3 organizing workshops on Power, Story of Self, and Non-vio...

With Stuart Desmond McIntyre, Alli Rigel, Nish Collins, MarShawn McCarrel, Natalie Yoon, Molly Shack, James Hayes, Amelia Hayes, Nakeya Walker, Malaya Lynch, Ed Bates, Ariel Miller, Alwiyah Shariff, Jennifer Sconyers, Aramis Malachi-Ture Sundiata, Prentiss Haney, Amaha Sellassie, Rachel Lee, Aricka Janay, Aliya Rahman and Joel Solow.

Ohio Student Association


January 2014, more than 50 young people from all across the state came to Columbus for the 1st retreat of the Ohio Student Association fellowship for Community Change. — with Stuart Desmond McIntyre , Emily Maher, Kelsey Deann, Stephanie J-Monay Yorgensen, Ilhan Dahir, Alwiyah Shariff, Aramis Malachi-Ture Sundiata, Geniro Dingle, Ryan Javery, Ronnette Jackson-Doane, Meg Hofmann, Molly Shack, James Hayes, Amelia Hayes, Malaya Lynch, Ariel Miller, Rachael Collyer, Renee Hagerty, Prentiss Haney, Megan Nicolle, Aricka Janay and Joel Solow.

Voter registration


October 3, 2014, Stuart Desmond McIntyre was involved in voter registration work with MarShawn McCarrel, Sheron Neswordz Colbert, Daniel Montague, Rachael Collyer, Natalie Yoon and Kevin McNair.

Beavercreek police station


On October 8, 2014, Stuart Desmond McIntyre Tristina Allen and Alyssa Norman shut down the Beavercreek police station.

Freedom Summer 2014


Amaha Sellassie June 7, 2014 ·

With Audrianna Melisa Milton, Christa Preston Agiro, Molly Shack, Anoop Chunchu, Heather Atkinson, Stuart Desmond McIntyre, Mariah Johnson, Jarvis E. Clark, Malaya Lynch, Darsheel Kaur, Senya Oji-Njideka, Kip Holley, DaMareo Cooper, Mike Tyler, Richard Clay Dixon, Sistufara W. Muhammad, Christy Rogers, Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson, Rachel Lee, Megan Nicolle, Prentiss Haney, Criss Wilson, Cee Deezy, Anthony Brookshire, Kenneth A. Graham, Erica R. Bruton, Jacob Bauer, Christina Rowena, Brandon A. Whitehorn, Jamaica Siroky, Carl CJ Foster, Jovan Webster Tejumade, Alyssa Norman, Allante Booker, James Hayes, Mark Gavin, Sr., Erica Fields, Ndidi Achebe, Aramis Malachi-Ture Sundiata, Aricka Janay, Erin Evans, John Rogers, Marlon Shackelford and Joel Solow.



In February 2016 Stuart Desmond McIntyre was associated with Joel Solow, Elijah Armstrong II, Nelini Stamp, Sofía Campos and Darsheel Kaur.

Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing

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Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing, was a nationwide conference call organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Sunday October 30, 2016.

What's the nature of this right-wing threat? What has this election cycle changed about the political terrain we're fighting on? How do we need to prepare for whats coming after the election? Hear about these crucial questions from our panel of top political strategists, including Nelini Stamp, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Linda Burnham, and Sendolo Diaminah.

Those indicating interest in attending, on Facebook included Stuart Desmond McIntyre.[2]

Associated activists

Amanda Ferguson, Lainie Rini, Ben Wibking and Jessica Pantaleon Camacho.[3]

Veralucia Mendoza Reno, Nicholas Pasquarello, Jen Mendoza, Trent Ramsay Taylor, Sean Nestor, Will Petrik, Kevin Zamora and Ramon Perez, Joe Motil, Rashida Davison and Timothy Ralph Singratsomboune, Mario Cespedes, Bhuwan Pyakurel, Sylvia Vasquez and Inna Simakovsky, Hannah Hartshorn, Laura Jan and Mattie Reitman, Carissa Reed and Eliana Verónica, Rashida Davison, Brad Holmes, Cruz Bonlarron Martínez and Kelli Allen, Bob Hart, Ariel Miller and Rachel Anne Metzler, Jeff Watters, Simone Morgen, Connie Hammond, Ryan Melusi Marchese, Tim Chavez, Austin Kocher, Kiwan R. Lawson, Robert Studzinski, Thomas Lee, Noel Andersen, Mike Smalz, Jeremy Baiman, Ruben Castilla Herrera, Stuart Desmond McIntyre, JJ Verbino, Nick Bates, Kimberly Michelle Pilcher Katie Conley Bates, Bob Roehm, Samuel Gresham, Graham Spangler, Coco Smyth, Akela Amber, Andrew Neutzling and Cory White, Byanka Aguirre Zaragoza, Leticia Vazquez, Indra Leyva and Marcos Olivarez, Darsy Amaya, Lourdes Barroso De Padilla, Lair Marin-Marcum, Guadalupe Velasquez, Anamaria Perales-Lang, Rubén Castilla Herrera, Ariana Ulloa-Olavarrieta, Diana Pagan, Paloma Enmei Martinez-Cruz and Frederick Luis Aldama.