LEFT OUT Editorial Board
Todd St Hill is an organizer, writer, Chicago resident and Co-Founder of LEFT OUT. He was part of the 2014 We Charge Genocide delegation to 53rd session of the United Nations Committee Against Torture. Todd has contributed to The Intercept, The Chicago Defender, Jacobin Magazine, and Socialist Worker covering police misconduct, militarization of law enforcement, environmental racism, history of the Black radical tradition in the Caribbean and the history of Black labor struggle.
Alyxandra (Alyx) Goodwin is a mother, writer, researcher, activist and Co-founder of LEFT OUT. Her writing and activism are centered around the momentum and challenges of building power for Black people towards self-determination. Her work currently focuses on the relationship between the capitalism and policing, racialized capitalism, and examining how the extractive practices of the finance industry are exacerbating oppressions.
Akunna Eneh is a public librarian in the MLSA AFT local 4928, and a socialist activist in Boston MA. She has organized around and written about library related social struggles, housing rights, and struggles against police brutality.
Broderick Dunlap is from Riverside, CA. He is a Graduate Fellow at UCLA, in African American Studies. Dunlap was heavily involved in establishing the Black Lives Matter Inland Empire chapter and worked with BLM Los Angeles, organizing several forums, regional conferences, community and university events, across the country, regarding historical accounts of the Black Liberation Movement, race, class and political power. He also worked as an organizer on the Fight for $15 campaign organizing strikes in Chicago, Los Angeles and Greenville, South Carolina; and played an integral role in helping raise the minimum wage in Long Beach, California.
Ashli Giles-Perkins is a member of BYP100 and graduate of Loyola University School of Law in education Law and Juvenile Justice. Ashli worked and volunteered as a community organizer in her time between undergraduate studies and moved from Connecticut to Chicago, Illinois in 2017 for school. Before moving to Chicago, Ashli was a founding member of Bridgeport Generation Now, Connecticut Organized for Racial Equity, she served as the Political Action Chair for the Greater Bridgeport NAACP and as a pledged delegate to the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Erica West is socialist and social worker, working with young people involved in the juvenile criminal justice system. She is a member of East Bay DSA and lives in Oakland.