"I am working to #STOPHATE in my community by approaching my activism through a holistic and intersectional lens. Many of the systems of oppression we are fighting against are multifaceted in the way they disenfranchise marginalized people, therefore, we can’t look at our battles as individuals. My activism engages with every aspect of human life from community investment to lobbying on Capitol Hill. Gun violence, police brutality, voter suppression and more have never been standalone issues and the engagement with fighting against such issues must address their intersections in order to truly liberate marginalized and disenfranchised people."
- Brianna Taylor 🖤
Brianna Taylor (she/her/hers) is a first-generation Barbadian-American from Long Island, New York, and a student at The George Washington University. Brianna is a passionate advocate for grassroots activism, gun violence prevention, racial equity and justice, mental health, and women’s reproductive rights and safety. This is evidenced by her relentless work with March For Our Lives NY (@marchforourlives and @mfolny) as an organizer and lobbyist and as a Black Lives Matter advocate.
Currently, she serves as the Co-Director for the March For Our Lives GW chapter, a Youth Representative for New York Assemblywoman Taylor Darling (@iamtaylordarling), and as the Parliamentarian of the Mu Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
It is her mission as an activist to bring awareness to the systems of oppression that are plaguing our nation and to hold accountable those who chose to blind themselves to the many injustices in our country.
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.