The "ripple" effect with Page May
Connect with educator Page May as she talks through how her early organizing experiences with Project NIA pushed her in her politics and the power of communication and storytelling as a tool to talk to children about liberation.
Page May is a Black, queer woman currently living as an organizer, educator and abolitionist in Chicago. Growing up in rural Vermont, Page moved to Chicago several years ago and began doing work around agriculture and food. She helped form the Black and Pink Chicago chapter and organized with We Charge Genocide. Page was one of eight youth delegates who traveled to the United Nations and was the lead author of the shadow report submitted to the UN Committee Against Torture. Page is the co-founder of Assata's Daughters, an intergenerational organizing collective of radical Black women located in the city of Chicago.