WC/ECW Breakfast Speaker, March 3, 2018
Riverside Pavilion, Crowne Plaza, Cherry Hill, NJ
Liza Minno Bloom is an educator, organizer, and mama. Since 2008, she has had the privilege of working in solidarity with the Dineh communities of Black Mesa/Big Mountain, AZ in their resistance against an ongoing forced relocation. She facilitates racial justice trainings in various capacities–including with the Center for Study of White American Culture and Showing Up for Racial Justice–and is passionate about bringing an analysis around colonialism and decolonization to work for racial justice. She is helping lead the Curriculum Development Team for the Anti Racism Commission of the Diocese of NJ and she teaches Sociology and Political Science at Monmouth University. She lives in Asbury Park, NJ (occupied Lenni Lenape Territory) with her partner, child, and dog, and loves her local organizing work there with the Racial Justice Project.