Keron “Ron” Bennett is a 25 year old Belizean Healing Justice Organizer. He brings his and his family immigration (her)histories and experiences to the struggle for Human Justice. Keron has dedicated much of the last year and half of his life to helping young people around him heal and develop.
Victor Alvarez is a Healing Justice Organizer, formerly incarcerated student, former street organizer (gang member) who is committed the fight for self revolutionary healing.
Cephon “Shaq” Bellevue is aHealing Justice Organizer who joined How Our Live Link Altogether (H.O.L.L.A!) as a way to contribute to his people’s development. Shaq is invested in helping and building the great youth within the community.
Philip ProszowskI is a Healing Justice Organizer and a formerly incarcerated leader with How Our Lives Link Altogether. He focus is on using the hunger and energy for change that exists within his spirit stemming from his past. He is also deeply committed to developing the skills to be a organizer for the youth and his community continues to be a daily practice. Philip is the only white youth organizer with H.O.L.L.A!’s Youth Organizing Collective.
Machlie Eduardo is a Healing Justice Organizer who joined How Our Lives Link Altogether! (H.O.L.L.A!) to give back to the LGBTQ community. Machlie’s main focus has been to uplift the experiences and voices of the LGBTQ youth community.
Alexander Davis is a Healing Justice Organizer and a product of systemic institutional harm but has prevailed through life challenges with the knowledge & love from H.O.L.L.A!, Center for NuLeadership on Urban Solutions (CNUS), The Incarceration to Education Coalition and close relationships. Alex is now a fearless youth organizer who accepts his fate as one of the next youth activist to create mass global change.
Miasia Clark is a Healing Justice Organizer and a student at Susquehanna University class of 2020. Miasia is pursuing a major in political science with a minor in a Gender and Women studies. She joined How Our Lives Links Altogether to address the effect of the criminal punishment system on young people within the Bedford Stuyvesant community.
Rakim Covington is a Healing Justice Organizer and a formerly incarcerated street organizer who uses his energy to guide young people away from repeating the same steps that formerly incarcerated youths made before them. Rakim is committed to teaching youth in his community how to organize while at the same time holding the block down.