Danielle Douez (she/her) is a writer and creator based in Tiohtià:ke (Montréal). Projects that most inspire her focus on community building, human migrations, race, decolonization, transformative justice, and global histories.
Her work has been published online, in print, and to your inbox by The Conversation US, Youth Today, HowStuffWorks, The Miami Herald, and more.
Danielle is currently completing an MA (2022) in philosophy at Concordia University, with a focus on the nature of historical narratives about social justice. She holds a BA (2013) in psychology from Emory University, and is originally from the ancestral lands of the Anacostans (Washington D.C.).
She’s available to work on freelance writing and editing projects.
danielle [dot] douez [at] gmail [dot] com