Anna Malla is a community organizer, researcher, educator, and dance-artist. She has been involved with struggles for migrant and land-based justice for the past fifteen years, including anti-mining activism, organizing alongside migrant workers, and fighting back against racist anti-terrorism laws. Anna is one of five core members of The Switch Project, a collective of political interdisciplinary Queer, Trans & Two Spirit performers co-creating new methodologies and political performance materials for the public sphere. Between 2014-2016 Anna coordinated Not a Place on a Map, an oral history and community archiving project through SAVAC. Anna currently lives in Toronto.

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