Dragonfly/Robin Laverne Wilson (all pronouns) is a multidisciplinary artist who leads performance rituals for collective liberation. For the past three decades, Dragonfly has collaborated with other media-makers in radio, video, live performance, grassroots organizing, and electoral politics to push forward social change. Known for their powerful embodiment of unique performance personas, Sister Deacon Dragonfly emerged as a force to be reckoned with as a leader alongside Reverend Billy in the Church of Stop Shopping Choir. The first Black Lives Matter uprising birthed her tambourine-wielding alter-ego “Miss Justice Jester,” a hybrid of the irreverent court jester and the West African Griot. As Miss Justice Jester, she has facilitated vigils and workshops and supported direct actions for racial, economic and environmental justice. In this and other personas, Wilson performs regularly with Border Brujo Guillermo Gomez-Peña and the ecosexual innovators Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens. Her current project Absconded is a recurring abolitionist...

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