Morgan is a young Black, kinky, queer femme, full-time activist and part-time artist residing on the stolen lands of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, S’ólh Téméxw, Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ peoples.
Morgan has been co-curator of the salon series, BlackChat for the last 3 years, making space for Black folks to simply exist and be Black while being fed both food & knowledge. Running this space out-of-pocket and her home space with her Aunt is a foundational act to counter the constant policing of Black lives, and shine a light on the importance of intergenerational organizing. She is a former member of Black Lives Matter – Vancouver, who’s work aims to unite the Black community in the lower mainland to fight the oppressive forces at be. She has a passion for community organizing, event planning, and art curation. She believes deeply in the healing work of body painting, and vows to be her ancestors wildest dreams.
Morgan works through an intersectional feminist lens that begins with & centralizes women of colour, especially queer and trans* women of colour. Morgan believes that Black liberation cannot and will not occur without the liberation of Indigenous peoples, therefore, fighting alongside the Indigenous peoples of Turtle Island.