K Agbebiyi (they/them)
Georgia Movement Building & Policy Director
K, or Toyin, Agbebiyi (they/them) is a Black, nonbinary femme lesbian based in Atlanta. They earned their BS in Human Services from Kennesaw State University in 2017, and their Masters of Social Work with a Concentration in Social Policy and Evaluation from the University of Michigan in 2018. While in graduate school, K was honored with the Rackham Scholar Activist Award.
The majority of K’s work revolves around political education, writing, and organizing strategy in regards to ending the prison industrial complex. In their past 7 years of organizing in Georgia, Michigan, and Brooklyn, they have given countless lectures at places such as Yale, Columbia, and Harvard, and have had their writing featured in Rewire News and MomaPS1. They have been profiled in BITCH Magazine along with Glamour Magazine, and they are a co-creator of the viral 8toabolition.com. They are currently working on a book about prison abolition for University of California Press. K is most excited to create policy strategy that understands the connection between reproductive justice, and ending the prison industrial complex. When not working, K spends their time organizing with #FreeAshleyNow, exploring Atlanta’s parks, reading all of the books, and hanging out with their dog named Shallot.