Morrigan Phillips

Morrigan Phillips is a social worker, writer, trainer, and organizer living in Boston. She works with groups as a direct action organizer to combat forces such as the IMF, World Bank, and WTO to fight for economic justice. She currently works in the HIV/AIDS community by building networks of support and community-based programs to combat rising rates of HIV infection.

She is also involved in the Beautiful Trouble trainers network. She is particularly passionate about intertwining the power in imagined worlds with direct action training tools to find new ways of approaching radical social justice. She is involved with training groups fighting for climate justice, accessible healthcare, public transportation, HIV/AIDS support among many others.

She worked as an editor on Left Turn Magazine which is a national network of activists who work to expose and fight the consequences of global capitalism and imperialism. They are anti-capitalist, radical feminist, anti-racist, queer and trans- liberationists, and anti-imperialists working to form resistance and alternatives to corporate power and empire.

Morrigan Phillips – Direct Action and Speculative Fiction
The Reluctant Welfare State
The Road to Detroit: Youth Organizing and the USSF