About

About The Protesters Charged

Sahra Soudi is a multimedia artist, curator, educator, and community organizer based in Hamilton whose art practice is rooted in social justice activism. They have advocated for the inclusion and participation of BIPOC artists and communities, from artist run centres to national galleries, and DIY venues. Soudi is passionate about disability justice, movement building, and what it would take to rebuild a world that centers people who have been harmed the most by white supremacy and capitalism.

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Sarah Jama is the Executive Director at the Disability Justice Network of Ontario (DJNO). She is a community organizer from Hamilton, ON with Cerebral Palsy. Through DJNO, she works to tackle systemic ableism by building up capacity in disabled organizers to challenge structures locally, provincially and nationally. In her past role as Senior Program Coordinator at the Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion, she ran a Civic Leadership Program which sought to help Black and racialized youth to understand their place in working inside and outside of institutions to affect structural change. She is the sole parent of her 15 year old nephew.

 

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