BiographyKeish Kim is a scholar, educator, writer, and im/migrant activist invested in queer and feminist undocumented im/migrant organizing. She is the co-founder of Georgia Undocumented Youth Alliance, the first undocumented immigrant-led migrant organization in the state of Georgia, and Freedom University Georgia, a non-profit organization that provides free college instruction to undocumented students. She received her Ph.D. in American Studies with secondary fields in Latinx Studies and Women's and Gender Studies. Her research is on 21st century undocumented immigration and queer cultural production. She also co-hosts A Revolutionary Love Letter Podcast, which features conversations between writers, artists, and organizers about migrant rights from a left perspective:
Keish is currently working on her book manuscript as a postdoctoral fellow at Rutgers University's Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice.