I’m a Chicago-based activist interested in creating a world without prisons, researching critical race theory, further developing a critical trans* politics, enjoying food with old and new friends, and blogging about queer fashion.
2. How did you become interested in Marissa’s case?
I heard about Marissa’s case through social media. I became interested in her case because of the continued support work local organizations, like Project Nia and CAFMA, were doing to raise awareness and support.
3. If you could share a message with Marissa, what would you say?
Marissa, you have so many folks out here supporting you. We are inspired by your strength and resilience. We are here. We keep you on our minds and in our hearts. We have not forgotten you or your children. Thank you for staying strong and for fighting back.