Adrienne Maree Brown

Brown in 2015 Adrienne Maree Brown, often styled adrienne maree brown (born September 6, 1978), is a writer, activist and facilitator. From 2006 to 2010, she was executive director of the Ruckus Society. She also co-founded and directed the United States League of Young Voters.

Brown describes her thought as postnationalism, and others have described it as Black feminism or womanism. She also supports, among others, the Black Lives Matter and prison abolition movements.

Much of her work as a writer is based on the writings of science-fiction author Octavia E. Butler. Her first book, ''Emergent Strategy,'' was published in 2017. Other books include ''Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good'', published in 2019, and ''We Will Not Cancel Us'', published in 2020.

Brown also runs podcasts and has released a music project. Additionally, she works as a doula. Provided by Wikipedia
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