Sacajawea "saki" Hall is a black feminist activist engaged in the collective struggle for human rights, social justice and transformation. With over 10 years experience on the local, national, and international level, she has worked to promote race, gender and class equity. saki has provided leadership for political mobilizations, direct actions, conferences, fundraising initiatives, and communications to numerous organizations, coalitions, and networks throughout the United States including People’s Production House, the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, the US Human Rights Network, and Cooperation Jackson. She is one of the founding members of Cooperation Jackson and currently co-leads the Land and Housing Initiatives, including the development of a Community Land Trust. saki leads Cooperation Jackson’s Communications team and supports its Climate Justice and Just Transition work along with the financial planning for the development of three Worker-Owner Cooperatives.
Sacajawea holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and completed a post-graduate program through the Center for African Studies and African Gender Institute at the University of Cape Town.