Brandon is the National Organizer for Internet Rights and Platform Accountability at MediaJustice. Brandon has been an educator and organizer for over a decade working on a broad range of issue areas, geographic areas and campaign sizes from local community campaigns to nationwide days of action. He is currently a member of the Global African Worker editorial collective, creating an intersectional space for thoughts and reflections for, about and by the Black diaspora and African peoples. Brandon is fighting for a just and liberated world where everyone has the opportunity to seek out safe community and live out the full expression of their inherent dignity. He is originally from Wichita, Kansas and holds a B.A. in International Political Economy from the University of Puget Sound.
National Organizer for Internet Rights and Platform Accountability
Statement: Facebook’s Choice of “Profits Over Safety” Increases Pressure on Zuckerberg to Resign, Demands for Congress and Federal Trade Commission to RegulatePress