elle roberts is a writer, artist, and facilitator based in downtown Indianapolis. Her work centers sociopolitical issues with a focus on racial and gendered inequities. elle creates and facilitates community programming and performs her music and essay readings throughout Central Indiana. elle is a graduate of Purdue University with a degree in Organizational Leadership and a lifelong student of black feminist theory and praxis. She is the founding organizer of shehive, a defunct four-year grassroots gender equity project, and anthropologetics, a writing and facilitation space exploring the connections and collisions between the personal, poetic, and political. She is currently writing a series on communal accountability and hosting hateration, teach-ins about the dangers of a potential hate crimes law in Indiana. elle finds joy in reading books authored by women of color, scenic road trips, art making and dancing with her long-term partner and stepdaughter.
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