Vesper Moore


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About Vesper

Vesper Moore is an Indigenous activist and leader. They are deeply committed to promoting mental health and disability rights through activism, leadership, organizing, public speaking, and education. Their work focuses on cultivating social movements and raising public awareness to foster lasting social change.

Vesper has contributed to the establishment of mental health organizations worldwide and has been an advocate for civil rights in the United States. Through their advocacy, they have brought the perspectives of people with mental health challenges and disabilities to both national and international platforms.

Collaborating with the United States government and the United Nations, Vesper helps shape strategies around trauma, intersectionality, and disability rights. They have been featured on NBC News, PBS NewsHour, Politico, and at The White House. Vesper is at the forefront of legislative reform, striving to shift the societal paradigm surrounding mental health.



 A gray box with white text that reads  "Vesper is a nationally Acclaimed thought leader in the movement for people with psychiatric histories." - New York Association for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services  "Vesper's leadership, activism, and expertise are shaping the future for people with disabilities." - The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law  "We are so proud and grateful for the frontline work Vesper does to fight for people with disabilities." Bryan Stevenson, Founder and Executive Director Equal Justice Initiative


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