Leslie Tolf has spent the last 20 years fighting for workers, leading a benefits non-profit organization called Union Plus.
Cool projects included starting a scholarship and mentoring program for students, and a housing program providing no-interest loans for families in financial trouble. She is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, with topics as diverse as health care, organizing and youth activism.
But activist art was her first passion. A graphic designer for environmental groups in her '20s, she was determined to get back to promoting social change through the arts. When the Rules Aren't Right is that labor of love.
She would love to hear what you're doing to make a difference: email@example.com