Sage Crump is a culture strategist, artist, and movement facilitator who expands and deepens the work of cultural workers and arts organizations in social justice organizing. Based in New Orleans but working nationally, she believes in leveraging art, creative practice, and the cultural sector to transform systemic oppressions.  Sage is a member of Complex Movements, a Detroit-based artist collective whose interdisciplinary mixed-media performance installations support local and trans-local visionary organizing.  She is a former member of LeftRoots, a board member of the Center for Cultural Innovation, mark-n-Sparks, and Art2Action.  Sage is also the Director of Racial Justice and Movement Building at the National Performance Network. Sage’s work engages movement history, Black Feminisms, and complexity science to imagine and practice the world we want to live in while developing the strategies and practices that will get us there.