Sakura Saunders is a member of World BEYOND War’s Board, an environmental justice organizer, Indigenous solidarity activist, arts educator and media producer. She is a co-founder of the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network and a member of the Beehive Design Collective. Before coming to Canada, she worked primarily as a media activist, serving as an editor for Indymedia newspaper “Fault Lines”, program associate with corpwatch.org, and regulatory research coordinator with Prometheus Radio Project. In Canada, she has co-organized several cross-Canada and international tours, as well as several conferences, including being one of the 4 main coordinators for the Peoples’ Social Forum in 2014. She currently resides in Halifax, NS, where she works in solidarity with the Mi’kmaq resisting Alton Gas, is a board member of the Halifax Workers Action Centre, and volunteers at the community arts space, RadStorm.