About Rasheed Zaire Ajamu
Rasheed is a student from Philadelphia who currently attending La Salle University, where he founded and currently resides as President for the Black Cultural Society. The Black Cultural Society was founded on the basis of intersectionality and giving Black perspective by not only telling HIStory, but also HERstory and THEIRstory. Rashade is a prominent voice for all Black lives in the Philadelphia area and on the larger scale. Besides Black lives, they advocates for immigration, education, LGBTQ+, women's rights, sex-workers, and sexual liberation. They have worked at Temple-based non-profit, University Community Collaborative, teaching youth about social justice, self-identity, and safe-spaces. They have organized various protests and demonstrations around the city of Philadelphia. Upcoming projects include: Potluck Not Poverty, Shaded Layers, the Philly Freedom Walk, and other things. They have also been recently published on Blavity in the opinion column.
"Love, light and Blackness." -Rasheed Zaire Ajamu
POTLUCK NOT POVERTY PROJECT
This summer, I would like to do a big service project where I serve the homeless of Philadelphia with a variety of homecooked meals. However, due to economic instability, I do not have the funds to make this project come to life on my own.
I ask that all who can, please donate the lowest amount if possible. Being formerly homeless, twice, brings me a lot of memories of wondering what support was available for me, which is why I am really adamant on completing this project.
ALL PROCEEDS ARE GOING TO FOOD AND SUPPLIES FOR BRINGING THIS PROJECT TO LIFE. NONE of this money will benefit me. If you cannot support financially, please support by sharing and increasing the chances of gaining financial support from others.
I thank you all in advance and hope that this project can come to fulfillment.
-Rasheed Davis (@whoisrashade)
- HOW THE EAGLES HISTORIC SUPER BOWL WIN PROJECTED WHITE PRIVILEGE IN PHILLY (https://blavity.com/how-the-eagles-historic-super-bowl-win-projected-white-privilege-in-philly)
- HERE'S WHY YOU NEED TO REMEMBER BLACK LESBIANS ARE VICTIMS TOO (https://blavity.com/heres-why-you-need-to-remember-that-black-lesbians-are-victims-too)
- EXECUTIVE REVIEW (https://kyshonjohnson.com/boardroomexclusive/)
- BLACK LIVES MATTER PROTESTERS MARCH IN PHILADELPHIA (http://www.philly.com/philly/news/20160718_Marching_to_keep_message_alive.html)
LA SALLE UNIVERSITY
- HOW DO WE DISRUPT WHITE SUPREMACY IN EDUCATIONAL THOUGHT AND PRACTICE? (http://digitalcommons.lasalle.edu/explorercafe/66/)
- THE RADICAL REPRESENTATION IN "MOONLIGHT." (Page 21-22) (https://issuu.com/mr.publication/docs/mr)