Alabama State Organizer
Danielle Hurd is a southern queer womanist, an RJ activist and a graduate from the University of Alabama’s Interdisciplinary Studies Program with a degree in Race, Gender and Sexuality Studies and UA’s Gender and Race Studies Department with a Master’s of Arts in Women’s Studies. She was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. As an undergraduate, Danielle participated in a number of progressive college groups, including acting as the Vice-President of the Alabama Alliance for Sexual and Reproductive Justice and co-founding UA’s first group for Queer and/or Trans People of Color. She also believes that y’all is the best word in the English language. Her pronouns are she/her/hers and they/them/theirs.