While many students are locking themselves in their rooms or living in the library until finals are over, SF State student Brittany Moore is using study breaks to take to the street and continue her work as a student activist. Moore currently holds a 4.0 GPA in her five courses and hopes to finish the semester strong, but that doesn’t mean shirking her responsibilities as founder of the Black and Brown Liberation Coalition on campus or diminishing her active dedication to the Black Lives Matter movement. Scroll through the photos and take a walk in her shoes as a student activist attending in the Millions March in San Francisco.
SF State student activist and founder of the Black and Brown Liberation Coalition Brittany Moore pours over her notes in her apartment on Saturday, Dec. 13, 2014. She currently holds a 4.0 GPA in her five courses and hopes to finish the semester strong.
Moore texts other members of the Black and Brown Liberation Coalition to coordinate a meeting place on the way to the Millions March in San Francisco, Saturday Dec. 13, 2014.
Moore and other SF State students spot more members of the Black and Brown Liberation Coalition in the crowd as the Millions March protestors make their way down Market Street.
SF State student Imani Davis (right) picks out a poster from a stack made by the Black and Brown Liberation Coalition during the Millions March in San Francisco.
Moore starts a chant while marching down Market Street during the Millions March.
Moore (left) joins thousands of protestors out front of the City Hall at the end of the Millions March.
Moore raises her fist in solidarity out front of City Hall.
Moore hands out Black and Brown Liberation Coalition pamphlets in front of City Hall.
Moore offers cuties to fellow protestors out front of the Civic Center after the Millions March.
Moore rolls up her poster at the end of the Millions March.
Moore takes BART with other protestors in search of food after the the march.
Moore and other protestors gather to eat, drink, and unwind at Cava 22 restaurant in the Mission.
(From left to right) Yesenia Mendez, Yuri Clark, Mekdes Clark, and Brittany Moore watch footage protestors outside of a Bart Station.
Yuri Clark (left) and Moore walk home after a long day of protesting.
Back at her apartment, Moore rubs her tired eyes while checking the Black and Brown Liberation Coalition Facebook.