“I stop hate in my life by investing time and well-being into my community.”
- Alliyah Logan 🖤
Alliyah Logan is a youth advocate whose advocacy focuses on three main issues: safety in communities, education equity, and international gender equality, the foundation of her work is centered on empowering Black youth. Alliyah serves as the Director of Youth Engagement at Youth Over Guns, and endlessly advocates for access to safety in communities. Alliyah served as the 2019-2020 Teen Advisor for Girl Up, an initiative through the United Nations Foundation where she advocates for human rights for girls. She has received the Girl Hero award alongside Tarana Burke, Shonda Rhimes, and Dolores Huerta. Alliyah is now a UNICEF Youth Advocate, where she has been able to expand her work internationally. Alliyah’s work has been highlighted on esteemed international platforms such as the New York Times, UNICEF, the United Nations Foundation, and Teen Vogue. Alliyah is a contributor for Parade Magazine - and writes on racial justice, gender justice, and pop culture.
As featured last week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box. This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate.