William Amado Syldor-Severino

William Amado Syldor-Severino is the son of Haitian, Dominican, and Puerto Rican immigrants, born in a nexus of familial love and abuse, slave revolution, and ancestral systemic violence. He pulls from this history and those collective personal and communal experiences, in raising his son and navigating his current role as Assistant Dean of Transformative Justice and Antiracism at Hampshire College. William holds a M.Ed in Social Justice Education from UMass Amherst, and strives to center Liberatory Design, Transformative Justice, the embrace of Black Rage, and Disability Justice in his practice and positionality.

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Seditious Intuition: Functional Containers and Bodies of Engagement