Netroots Nation: Speaker/Trainer Profile

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Amber Phillips

Black Joy Mixtape Podcast and the Midwest Culture Lab

Amber J. Phillips is an organizer, writer, digital strategist and multimedia creative. Amber combines her electoral organizing background with social media and culture as a launching pad to shift culture and conversations while moving people to take action. Amber’s writings on Black women at the intersections of politics, pop culture and the media have been published on Huffington Post, For Harriet and Rewire. She has been featured as a leading voice on Black feminism on The Breakfast Club, ESSENCE and as a regular contributing panelist on Roland Martin’s NewsOne Now. Amber co-hosts and produces the Black Joy Mixtape, a weekly news and politics podcast for and by Black women. Amber is an Ohioan currently living in Washington, DC.

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