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Saturday, June 17 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Organizing for Healing Justice

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H.O.L.L.A!'s Healing Justice Movement is an intersectional youth-led movement for youth of color and our communities. We will unpack the principles of H.O.L.L.A!’s Healing Justice Movement through facilitated role plays, activities and discussions. We will draw connections between vulnerability and personal transformation, and uplift organizing that focuses on how we change society and people at the same time.


keron bennett

Healing Justice Organizer
Keron Bennett 23 years old and brings to H.O.L.L.A! his and his families’ immigration history and experience. Once of Keron's favorite quotes is: "living life to the fullness"!

Rakim Covington

Healing Justice Organizer
Rakim Covington is a formerly incarcerated street organizer who uses his energy to show young brothers and sisters guidance where they don’t have to repeat the same steps that formerly incarcerated youths made before them. We show them how to organize our community and put the... Read More →

Alexander Davis

Healing Justice Organizer
Alexander Davis is a former product of systemic institutions but has preserved through life challenges with the knowledge & love from H.O.L.L.A!, Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions (CNUS), The Incarceration to Education Coalition and close relationships. Alex is now a fearless... Read More →

Machlie Edouard

Healing Justice Organizer
Machlie Eduardo is a student at York College class of 2020 pursuing a major in Business. Machile joined How Our Lives Link Altogether! (H.O.L.L.A!) to give back to the LGBT community. To uplift the experiences and voices of the LGBTQ community. I would love to be able to provide... Read More →

Andrew Greene

Healing Justice Organizer
Cory Greene is a formerly incarcerated co founder and organizer with How Our Lives link Altogether! Cory is currently invested in developing and supporting the development of an inter-generational youth led city-wide Healing Justice Movement.

Gina Hong

Healing Justice Organizer
Gina Hong is an activist based in LA. She resists patriarchy and imperialism.

Saturday June 17, 2017 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
State Hall: Room 127
  Hands-on Session