Blair Imani is a Black American Muslim activist living in Brooklyn, NY. Imani is the founder and Executive Director of Equality for HER a nonprofit educational platform for feminine identifying individuals.
Blair Imani has appeared on Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight and MSNBC's The Point hosted by Ari Melber. She has also spoken at Harvard University for the inaugural National Muslim Women's Leadership conference and at the Harvard Kennedy School's 2017 Black Policy Conference.
During the run up to the 2016 Presidential election, Blair Imani used her growing platform to speak about the intersections of Black and Muslim identity. She was first described as an activist following her July 2016 arrest at a Black Lives Matter protest in Baton Rouge in response to the killing of Alton Sterling.
Imani is a recognized authority on the Black American experience, Muslim identity, political feminism, and education. She has written for Huffington Post and VICE and has been featured in Nylon Magazine, Teen Vogue, Salon, Broadly, The 405, and Bustle.