Jai Dulani (aka Dulani) is the National Political Education Manager at MediaJustice. Dulani comes to MediaJustice with over twenty years of experience working for racial and gender justice at the intersections of LGBTQ, youth, immigrant justice and anti-violence movements. His earliest organizing efforts involved combatting post 9-11 state violence against Muslim and immigrant communities and organizing against gentrification and for police accountability in New York City. He has held roles that span administrative and frontline program positions to resource organizing and executive leadership positions at local and national organizations fighting for racial and economic justice. At MediaJustice, he leads projects aimed at building the leadership of the next generation of media and digital justice organizers, educators, and activists. As a facilitator and strategist, he also leads and supports internal political education initiatives for staff. Previously, Dulani was Director of Institutional Giving at Race Forward, Co-Director of FIERCE, and a Media Educator at Global Action Project. Outside of organizing, Dulan is a writer. He is co-editor of the anthology The Revolution Starts At Home: Confronting Intimate Violence in Activist Communities.


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