Founder, Intelligent Mischief & Center for Artistic Activism Alumnus
Terry Marshall has been involved in youth and social justice struggles for over 15 years. In 2008 Terry became the Lead Youth Organizer of the Healthcare Education Project, an initiative of 1199 SEIU in New York City. While there he led the innovative “Young Voices For Healthcare” campaign to involve young people in the healthcare reform struggle. He also is a culture channel editor of the blog www.organizingupgrade.com. Today Terry is the Co-Founder and Coeditor of Occupy Comix, a bimonthly comic book that depicts the stories of the 99% and is working on a book presented by his young voices nation project depicting creative activist of color. He is the founder of Intelligent Mischief.
Get to know Terry in a Center for Artistic Activism webinar about the work of Intelligent Mischief.