Yasmina Price is a Brooklyn-based organizer committed to the development of robust networks of leftists from the African diaspora and abolishing prisons, police and all oppressive structures. Growing up in Niger, France, and Italy, she focuses her work on the global mechanisms of racism, imperialism and colonialism. She is on the Racial Justice steering committee of NYC-DSA and is one of the founders of its National Afro-Socialist & Socialists of Color Caucus. She has moderated panels on Decolonisation & Immigration through a black radical lens, participated in events such as the Montréal Festival of Resistance, and led trainings on fostering leadership and organising out of white supremacist conditioning within leftist spaces. She is currently employed by New York Communities for Change, a local community organisation fighting against racial oppression and economic injustice.