On this episode of DIVISIVE we talk with Black Lives Matter co-founder Aislinn Pulley about about turning down an invitation to the White House and other important topics.
Aislinn Pulley is a lead organizer with Black Lives Matter Chicago, founding the chapter as part of the Freedom Ride to Ferguson in August 2014. She is an organizer with We Charge Genocide; a founding member of Insight Arts; as well as a member of the performance ensemble, End of the Ladder.
Divisive is a two-hour monthly broadcast on Lumpen Radio created by Keith Brown, Leah Gipson and Craig Harshaw that explores controversial issues related to cultural work, activism and social life. The Merriam Webster dictionary definition of the word Divisive is “causing a lot of disagreement between people and causing them to separate into different groups”. The new show centers difficult and divisive conversations as central to all struggles for human liberation and environmental sanity.