Todd St Hill is an organizer and Chicago resident. He was a part of the 2014 We Charge Genocide delegation to 53rd session of the United Nations Committee Against Torture.
Todd St Hill is Cofounder of the forthcoming LEFT OUT Magazine, which seeks to be a voice to a new generation of Leftist, working class Black people, anti-racist activists and Black political thinkers, creating space for this array of Black America to find one another, debate and converse in order to advance the struggle for Black liberation and the Liberation of the working class from capitalism.
As a writer and photographer Todd has contributed to the Chicago Defender, SouthSide Weekly, Jacobin Magazine, and Socialist Worker covering police misconduct, militarisation of law enforcement, environmental racism, the history of the Black radical tradition in the Caribbean and the history of Black labor struggle. Todd is also a Chicago based antiracist organizer, participating in a number of local and national grassroots campaigns to increase police accountability in communities of color, end the criminalization of young people of color, as well as developing political education materials pertaining to the history of the Black Radical Tradition and building and sustaining independent political organization.