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Tales From the Plantation Nation S1/E5

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Host Samual Nathaniel Brown is joined by guests Chris Lodgson and KJ Muhammad.


KJ Muhammad, better known as Friday Jones, is one of three Co-Chairs and a founding member of NAASD Los Angeles. KJ was recently appointed as a Commissioner to Mayor Garcetti’s Los Angeles Reparation Commission. KJ is the author and publisher of a self-help memoir “The Real Friday Jones.” KJ is a Budget Representative for Empowerment Congress West Area Neighborhood Council and served as a Budget Advocate for the City of Los Angeles for the fiscal year 2019/2020. KJ is also an active member of the New Frontier Democratic Club and Black Women’s Democratic Club in Los Angeles. KJ is a proud graduate of Howard University and most recently the Los Angeles African American Women’s Political Policy Institute 2020. In her mind’s eye, she is a dancer and occasional actress, in real life she does pretty good math!


Chris Lodgson is the President and lead organizer/advocate for the Coalition for a Just and Equitable California, as well as a Community Organizing and Policy Manager in the Sacramento Office of the Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC). Originally from New York City, now living in Sacramento California, Chris has organized and advocated on behalf of local community-based and political organizations, as well as with local, state, and national nonprofit organizations for over 13 years on both the East Coast and West Coast. Chris is also the 2022 recipient of the Fannie Lou Hamer Boots on the Ground Award for Community Organizing from the National Assembly of American Slavery Descendants (NAASD).


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