Rajani Gudlavalleti is a second-generation, South Indian-American, cisgender, queer consultant, community organizer, and writer. For over a decade, she has worked at the intersections of social justice, public health, and the legal system. Currently, she serves as organizer for the BRIDGES Coalition, advocating to end overdose and criminalization by promoting safe spaces, dignity, health, and justice for people who use drugs in Baltimore. Rajani is also a trainer with Baltimore Racial Justice Action, co-organizer of Baltimore Asian Resistance in Solidarity, and board member of Foundation Beyond Belief. In 2011, she received her master’s in public policy from the Johns Hopkins University.
Posts by Rajani Gudlavalleti
More than 64,000 people died of drug overdoses in the United States in 2016. Let’s put that in perspective. According to the Centers for... Read More