Noah Morton is the author of Kulshi Mumkin, LLC, which works collectively with individuals, educational institutions, and organizations on ways to radically imagine education as an instrument of liberation. Born and raised in Harlem, New York, he received the Gates Millennium Scholarship to study at Amherst College. He studied and worked abroad in India; Brazil, South Africa; the United Kingdom; and Greece. Writing stories from the travels and reflections on education, he wrote two volumes of compositions (essays and poems). After graduation, he served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco, where he worked with teachers to coordinate out-of-school learning opportunities. Connecting in education and liberation, Noah is a doctorate candidate in International and Multicultural Education at the University of San Francisco with an MPhil in Education, Globalization, and International Development from the University of Cambridge. His third composition will be published at a Composition Declaration event in Spring 2022.