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Anthony J. Williams

Image: A young Black person with medium brown skin looks directly into the camera, their black hair in short locs. They have a thick black moustache and a black goatee to match. They are wearing a blue denim shirt and they have a tattoo on their right forearm. . 

Contact Anthony: williams.anthonyj at gmail.com

Anthony James Williams (they/them pronouns) is a proud Black queer nonbinary sociology PhD student studying race, incarceration, and space. They began statewide Black student organizing with the Afrikan Black Coalition before leaving and starting Black grassroots organizing in Oakland, CA with the Black Organizing Project.

You can find Anthony at their websiteMuckrack, and Twitter @anthoknees


Hazlitt, December 2016: The Year in Creating Black Joy

Boom California, October 2016: The Road to Private Prison Divestment

Afrikan Black Coalition, January 2016: #JusticeForPrissy, or how we’ve failed our trans sisters

Anthony is available as a source and for personal essays, opinion editorial, and reported features

Additional communication availability: Phone, text, chat, videoconference

Languages: English (Fluent)

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