Marshé Eunique DossRecent graduate from Dorsey High School, Los Angeles Organizer, Students Deserve
Marshé Eunique Doss is a recent graduate from Dorsey High School in South Los Angeles. She is an organizer and leader in the student-led movement #Students Deserve. She leads the Making Black Lives Matter in Schools effort in LA which tackles the school to prison pipeline and over-policing of schools in black communities. She is a nationally recognized speaker, organizer and activist, known for Direct Actions and addressing crowds of over 50,000 people.
- POLITICO Weekly Education: Coronavirus Special Edition, April 5, 2021.
- Radio Interview, WURD Reality Check, 2020.
- How Marshé Doss and Other Student Organizers are Protesting Random Weapons Searches in Los Angeles Schools, Teen Vogue, 2019.
- ‘This Model of Education Is Not Sustainable’, The Nation, 2019.
- Striking Teachers and Students in LA Protested Outside the House of the Ex-Banker Now in Charge of the City’s Schools, Mother Jones, 2019.
- LA Students Prep For A Teacher Strike Monday: ‘It’s So Much Bigger Than A Pay Raise’, NPR, 2019.
- Finding Justice, Season 1 Episode 5, B.E.T. (Requires sign in.)
- A ROSe in LA, 2018.
Keywords: Community schools, School safety, Public education, Racial justice, School funding
Follow Marshé on Twitter (@its_marshe) and Instagram (@its.marshe).