Aislinn Pulley

Aislinn Pulley is a co-executive director at the Chicago Torture Justice Center, and a longtime organizer who has worked on a variety of campaigns, including the Reparations Now movement to pass the historic 2015 reparations ordinance for survivors of Chicago Police Department torture, campaigns for justice for families who have lost loved ones to police violence, defense campaigns to free political prisoners, and many others. Born and raised in Chicago, Aislinn founded the Chicago chapter of Black Lives Matter and was the youngest founding member of the cultural nonprofit that used art for social change, Insight Arts. She was an organizer with We Charge Genocide, as well as a member of performance ensembles which include Visibility Now, which she founded for young women dedicated to ending sexual assault.