Sakura Saunders

Sakura Saunders is a Member of the Board of Directors of World BEYOND War. She is based in Canada.

Sakura is an environmental justice organizer, Indigenous solidarity activist, arts educator and media producer. She is a co-founder of the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network and a member of the Beehive Design Collective. Before coming to Canada, she worked primarily as a media activist, serving as an editor for Indymedia newspaper “Fault Lines”, program associate with, and regulatory research coordinator with Prometheus Radio Project. In Canada, she has co-organized several cross-Canada and international tours, as well as several conferences, including being one of the 4 main coordinators for the Peoples’ Social Forum in 2014. She currently resides in Halifax, NS, where she works in solidarity with the Mi’kmaq resisting Alton Gas, is a board member of the Halifax Workers Action Centre, and volunteers at the community arts space, RadStorm.

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