Julianna Bradley is a mother and former teacher who grew up in a military family in Germany and Georgia before landing in Texas. She taught middle school in English in the Mississippi Delta with Teach For America, and since then has spent her professional career seeking ways to dismantle white silence in the Confederate South, where she was born and raised from early childhood through middle school. As a consultant, facilitator and trainer, Julianna equips educators and community members with tools for civic change such as policy, advocacy, community organizing, and she supports white people in grappling with our persistent legacy of white supremacy, its impact on disparities today, and our roles in dismantling racism.