Saint Soulaani (they/them) is our organizing fellow from North Strabane Township, Washington County. They are a graduate of Robert Morris University where they earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a minor degree in Cyber Forensics. Saint loves to cook, paint and is a gamer in their free time.
Contact Saint at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blog Posts by Saint Soulaani
The term mutual aid has popped up more within the last two years, yet it has been around for quite some time. Since the start of the pandemic, thousands of mutual aid projects have created a space where people in communities can access necessities including food, clothes, personal protective equipment, shelter, and other needs.
This is the 23rd installment in our What’s on your mind? blog series and was written by CCJ Organizing Fellow Saint McClendon. Have something on your mind? Write about it! Please read this blog for more information. Humans have ingested substances since the beginning of time, but currently we can observe from our backyards the traumatic effects caused […]
On May 24, 2022 the House Judiciary Committee voted unanimously to pass House Bill (HB) 1393, and an amendment was adopted. HB 1393 is the bill that provides the definition of drug paraphernalia, which are products and tools used to grow, manufacture, test, and contain controlled substances (see the bill for the full definition). […]