“A force to be reckoned with, the incredibly prolific Crosby manages, like Will (Munro), to explore her own ideas around intersecting identities and anti-oppressive politics in her work, which she uses as a tool to educate the public.”

— Michelle Yee, The Grid

Kim has opened for the likes of Cornel West at UC Davis' 25th Anniversary of their Cross Cultural Center, delivered the keynote address at HBCU's Morehouse & Superman's first pride and celebrated Gloria Anzaldua at the University Of Texas. A public researcher and human rights educator, she shares over 80 unique resources and presentations as well as delivered hundreds of workshops around race, gender, power, privilege, consent, creation, food and entrepreneurship.

 

She delivers tailored keynotes, workshops & training sessions to community initiatives, institutions and companies across the globe. She has consulted with organizations including Safe Spaces in Kenya & with initiatives located in places like Brazil or Trinidad & Tobago.

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On stage hosting a panel at Buddies In Bad Times Theatre as part of Naked Heart: An LGBTQ Festival of Words October 2015

 

 UC Davis 25th Anniversary of the Cross Cultural Center opening for Cornel West.

UC Davis 25th Anniversary of the Cross Cultural Center opening for Cornel West.

She has hosted events for the United Nations, acted as the Grand Marshalls for Hudson, NY Pride. and hosted the opening night Black Lives Matter panel at the Art Gallery Of Toronto and the opening of Toronto's first Basquiat retrospective. 

Full video of the #BlackLivesMatter panel at the opening of the Basquiat exhibit at the Art Gallery Of Ontario.

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Tiq And Kim Milan explain the importance of Ask A Black Man's Street Harassment Episode VISIT OUR SITE: http://bit.ly/KK8Af7 On Ask A Black Man, the Street Harassment Episode, there was a lot being said on how men approach women on the street and how it leads to street harassment.

She is the co-founder and current Executive Director of The People Project, a movement of queer and trans folks of color and allies, committed to individual and community empowerment through alternative education, art activism and collaboration.

Through her work at TPP, she has consulted and supported organizations the world over including Brown Boi Project, The Harmony Movement, The Grassroots Youth Collaborative, Stolen From Africa as well as the The City Of Toronto Cultural Arts Division. Most recently focussing on the community archiving via The Leaving Evidence Project and supporting accessibility for This Is Luv Campaign; highlighting examples of Black LGBT affirming love..

In DC after 'This Is Luv' town hall bringing together Black LGBT community influencers to talk about love in our movement.

Giving the keynote at the 2012 What Makes A Man Conference on gender justice.


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