Marissa Jenae Johnson is a Seattle-based writer, entrepreneur, speaker, and organizer working at the intersections of politics, Blackness, womanhood, and Christianity. She is the co-founder and Content Director of Safety Pin Box and has previously organized within the Black Lives Matter movement. Marissa controversially reached the national stage when she helped take over a Seattle rally for 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. She's been featured on platforms such as MSNBC, Fox News, BBC, Vice News, and NY Mag, and her work has been talked about by nearly every major media outlet in the country.
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