Radical Communicators Network
Liverpool, United Kingdom
Marzena Zukowska (they/them) is a Liverpool-based organiser, communications strategist, and co-director of Polish Migrants Organise for Change (POMOC). For a decade, they have developed narrative and organising strategies for leading social and political movements in the US, UK and Europe. Marzena is a trustee of Migrants Organise and board director at Migrant Democracy Project. As a member of the Radical Communicators Network Leadership Team, they are working on the first RadComms anthology: Framing New Worlds: Building Narrative Power for 21st-Century Social Movements (for publication in 2024). They were published in two other anthologies: Queer Activism After Marriage Equality and Asylum for Sale: Profit and Protest in the Migration Industry. Marzena is a queer, nonbinary Polish immigrant who was born in Białystok, Poland and grew up undocumented in Chicago, United States.
My mom makes these amazing Polish-style savory crepes that are overflowing with cheese, onions, tomatoes, and chunks of ham.
My vision for RadComms is like the world we want to build: bountiful and limitless with no patience for borders and binaries.