Edxie Betts is a Black, Black foot Indigenous, Filipinx, Trans Feminine, insurrectionary artist, autonomous community organizer and cultural producer. Edxie has participated in varying collectives/ projects such as Los Angeles Queer Resistance, Revolutionary Autonomous Communities, Buff Butch, and the Trans Life and Liberation Art Series to name a few. They attempt to bring direct support to communities and oppressed people in need. Through their art and writings they aim to both study and critique social movements they participate in.
Most of her work involves political education, supporting political prisoners, art for the sake of propagating resistance culture, counter narrative and collective liberation through self-organization and direct action.
Diversity In Tech Activist.
High School Freshman. Student Teacher.
Code District teaches coding through a 24 week program that prepares graduates for roles as software engineers at top companies throughout the US. Every Code District graduate is trained in computer science, object-oriented programming, frontend development with React, backend development with Node and distributed systems.
The primary mission of VSEDC is to facilitate community development of the South Los Angeles area by providing programs structured to revitalize the physical, economic and social life of the community. Programs include business development, green-focused initiative, and commercial development.
The Positive Results Corporation is a 501(c)3 company to support positive identity and personality development in communities of color through leadership development, healthy relationship training, and individual and group counseling. PRC will lead the 3 month career support/ job placement program following the 12mo bootcamp.
STEAM: CODERS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring underrepresented and underserved students and families through the fundamentals of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM). STEAM:CODERS has introduced over twelve hundred new K-12 students to STEAM, specifically, computer science and robotics.
Los Angeles, California