Jai Dulani (aka Dulani) is the National Political Education Manager at MediaJustice. As a trainer, facilitator, and strategist, he works to develop the leadership and power of the MediaJustice national network. Dulani comes to MediaJustice with over fifteen years of experience working for racial and gender justice at the intersections of LGBTQ, youth, immigrant justice and anti-violence movements. Dulani is co-editor of the anthology The Revolution Starts At Home: Confronting Intimate Violence in Activist Communities. Previously, Dulani was Director of Institutional Giving at Race Forward, Co-Director of FIERCE, and a Media Educator at Global Action Project. He holds a B.A. from Oberlin College in a self-designed major, Art for Social Change; An Interdisciplinary Approach and a Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing from Western Washington University.
National Political Education Manager
Statement: Facebook’s Choice of “Profits Over Safety” Increases Pressure on Zuckerberg to Resign, Demands for Congress and Federal Trade Commission to RegulatePress