Desiree Hendrix is from Delaware, born in Newark but raised in Wilmington. They have a bachelors degree in International Relations with a focus in Gender and Sexuality studies from the University of Delaware, but currently works as a cook like all college graduates. Their activism started in March of 2016 with groups ACT UP London and New York on the international project Pharma Greed Kills, and now focuses on Food Not Bombs Wilmington and supporting local punk bands. To describe their activism and every day life, Desiree looks towards bell hooks' concept of the 'love ethic', described by her as “a global vision wherein we see our lives and our fate as intimately connected to those of everyone else on the planet.”
Adam Rahn is a lifelong activist and small business manager. He spent his youth as an activist protesting on the streets, and professionally, he spent a number of years overseeing the opening and managing more than a dozen small businesses around the country.
He's also spent the last three years organizing with FNB Wilmington, including organizing
marches, fundraisers, weekly meals for the housing insecure, and worked to on the campaign to raise awareness and funds for the defense of Yahim Harris.
Fe Echavarria is a first-generation Latina immigrant from Medellin, Colombia, raised in Wilmington. She currently works in the field of finance and is working towards obtaining her MBA. Fe has been an activist and community organizer since 2016, the same year she joined FNB New Castle, and was a co-founder of FNB Wilmington. Fe is an abolitionist whose advocacy work has revolved around criminal justice reform and human & civil rights.
Dana Case is a lifelong Delaware resident. She completed her Bachelor's degree in Anthropology & Art History, and recently earned her Master of Arts in Teaching. She has been involved in community organizing since 2016, when she helped co-found a chapter of Food Not Bombs in Delaware. She became involved in work supporting incarcerated people through the campaign to free Yahim Harris, and believes in the full abolition of police and prisons. Dana also teaches middle school.