Jai Dulani is the Network Education Coordinator at MediaJustice, where he works to develop a shared base of knowledge, skills, and analysis about strategic communications, cultural organizing, digital strategy and security, and other media justice issues. Dulani comes to MediaJustice with over fifteen years of experience working in social justice movements for survivors, for women, for youth, for immigrants, & for LGBTQ people of color. His roles over the years include community organizing for safety from violence and discriminatory policing; grassroots and institutional fundraising roles; and training and facilitation roles related to youth leadership, media analysis, queer intimate partner violence, and staff and board development. Dulani is also a writer and multi-media artist. He is co-editor of the anthology The Revolution Starts At Home: Confronting Intimate Violence in Activist Communities.


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