Antiracist activists and organizers from around the country describe what Black Lives Matter means in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aislinn Pulley is an executive director of the Chicago Torture Justice Center, founded out of the historic 2015 reparations ordinance for survivors of Chicago police torture. Aislinn is also a lead organizer with Black Lives Matter Chicago. She was an organizer with We Charge Genocide, a founding member of Insight Arts and a member of the performance ensemble, End of the Ladder. She is a founder of the young women’s performance ensemble dedicated to ending sexual assault, Visibility Now, as well as the founder and creator of the urban youth magazine, Underground Philosophy.