Radical Communicators Network

Bia Jackson


Atlanta, GA

Bia Jackson (they/them) is a Southern, Black, queer communications strategist, writer and organizer raised by a single mama on the south side of Richmond, Virginia. As a storyteller, they understand the importance of collective historical memory to apply to present conditions in order to create pathways to an abolitionist future. From Virginia with deep roots in White Castle, Louisiana, their experience is rooted in Southern grassroots organizing and authentic, community-rooted storytelling. Bia has spent the last 7 years building infrastructure and communications strategy at Southerners On New Ground (SONG) then at ReFrame. Bia currently works with a pro-Black communications agency and runs their own small consulting firm, BSJ Creative. Currently, Bia lives, writes and organizes in Atlanta, GA.

Three words that describe you:
Feminist, Passionate, Caring

Your favorite food:

anything that consists of rice and gravy (like shrimp etouffee, beef stew, beef bulgogi) and garlicky, cheesy asparagus

What is your vision for RadComms?
My hope for RadComms is to continue to lead and support the struggle to transform harmful systems, societal norms and practices for the sake of collective communities and future generations to come.