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Adriel Hampton

creative director

Adriel has the skills of a Silicon Valley entrepreneur and the heart of a Berkeley activist. He’s been a popular speaker and podcaster on “Gov 2.0,” a pizza delivery man, a roofer, and still considers himself first a writer. Adriel has helped hundreds of campaigns with their technology needs, co-founded one of the left’s most popular Facebook pages, and has written more than a hundred thousand tweets.

Sarah Goldzweig

planning & design, content production

Sarah (she/her) is an LA native and organizer. She graduated from UC Berkeley in 2018 with a degree in Political Economy. She is currently in London pursuing a research degree at University College London’s Bartlett School of Planning, where she is studying — through an interdisciplinary lens combining critical human geography, urban studies and urban planning — how public space is made punitive and carceral.

Astrid Cota

art & graphic design

Astrid Cota (she/they) is a twenty-year-old graphic designer, political science undergrad, and organizer with People’s City Council Los Angeles. Since learning about the phenomenon of people power, they have been motivated to fight the intersecting forms of oppression that have impacted their community for decades. 

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