FM Supreme

Jessica Disu (FM Supreme) is a 3x international performing artist, educator, activist and youth peace advocate born and raised in Chicago, IL. FM is founder of Chicago International Youth Peace Movement, co founder of The Peace Exchange: Chicago - Asia and is a founding member of Black Youth Project 100. When not performing music or mentoring young people, FM Supreme serves as a public speaker and has spoken and performed at Princeton University, Tuskegee University, University of Chicago and numerous colleges and universities across the United States. FM Supreme has performed across the USA, Europe; Amsterdam, London, Leeds, and in SE Asia; Thailand and Myanmar. www.fmsupreme.com

Presentations from Facing Race 2014

This is How We Do It: Youth Led Racial Justice

A new generation of racial justice leaders are interrupting and innovating in the ways racial justice work is made relevant in our times. In various ways, young people are working creatively, intersectionally and courageously to set our nation on course for the racially just future we deserve. Who are some of the leaders guiding this next epoch? What models, tools, practices and cultural strategies are there to build a more just, inclusive foundation for their generation and the ones that follow? Join in this conversation amongst movement makers, as they share thoughts on what’s hot in racial justice now, and what's on the come up in the years ahead.

Speakers: FM Supreme, Ramiro Luna, Sharon Davies, Jaime-Jin Lewis, Key Jackson