Alexis Bonogofsky is a community organizer, writer and photographer who lives and works along the Yellowstone River in Montana. To fight new coal mines in Montana, she built coalitions between indigenous groups, ranchers and hunters and anglers. Her family ranch was impacted by the 2011 Exxon oil spill along the Yellowstone River and she organized other Yellowstone River landowners to take on Exxon and demand proper remediation of the land. She writes about coal, energy, politics, and organizing on the blog East of Billings.
It is not enough to just resist Trump and his agenda—we need an organizing approach that rebuilds our democracy from the ground up.
Anthony Karefa Rogers-Wright
Christopher Wright and Daniel Nyberg
Daniel Aldana Cohen
Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik
John Talberth and Daphne Wysham
José Manuel Rojas
Kaitlin Butler and Patrick Robbins
Lauren Mellor and Alex Kelly
Paula Z. Segal
Sarah Vukelich and Alexandra Griffin
Satoko Kishimoto and Nick Buxton
Steve Horn and Alexandra Tempus