For the past few years, I've been able to continue my activism partly through the generous support of friends, supporters, and acquaintances who have provided financial support. In lieu of organizing and standing on the front lines themselves, these people have chosen to make it possible for me to do so.


Some call this model “Community Supported Activism” after the CSA food delivery approach. Small support can make a big difference to an organizer. If you would like to support the work I do, consider donating one time or regularly. Or, find another organizer who you support and give your funds to them. I’d encourage you to prioritize activists of color and women because of the institutional barriers to survival they face.


Social change takes a lot of people pulling together. Thank you.

Being interviewed at the 2015 ShellNo protests in Seattle.

Being interviewed at the 2015 ShellNo protests in Seattle.