Matice Moore (they/them)
Matice Moore is a Black, queer, non-binary artist and facilitator from Arizona. With an emphasis on leadership development, group process, and healing through creative practice, Matice has worked for over 20 years with youth and adults to address issues related to institutional equity and social justice in the non-profit and higher education sectors. As an artist, Matice's work explores themes of Blackness, grief, spirituality, and social change, and they’ve collaborated with organizers to make movement art through partnerships with Forward Together, Culture Strike, and the Ella Baker Center. Matice has held a number of roles within the non-profit and higher education sectors, but at the heart of their work is a deep love for creating intentional spaces for connection, healing, and sharing practices oriented toward our collective liberation. Matice holds a Master of Arts degree with an emphasis in community development and leadership from Prescott College, a certificate in spirituality and social change from the Pacific School of Religion, and a Bachelors of Arts degree from the University of Arizona.
Tiana Moon (they/them/el)
Marshall Green (they/he)
Marshall Green is a shape-shifting Black Queer Feminist nerd; an Afro-Future, freedom-dreaming, rhyme-slinging dragon slayer in search of a new world; a scholar, poet, facilitator, filmmaker; and an Assistant Professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality studies at Williams College. Green explores questions of Black sexual and gender agency, health, creativity, and resilience in the context of state and social violence. An interdisciplinary scholar, Green employs Black feminist theory, performance studies, and trans studies to investigate forms of self-representation and communal methods of political mobilization by Black queer folk. He is a proud founding member of Black Youth Project 100 (BYP100).