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Linda Sarsour        

Award-Winning Racial Justice & Civil Rights Activist; Community Organizer

Linda Sarsour is an award-winning racial justice and civil rights activist, community organizer, every Islamophobe's worst nightmare and mother of three. She is a Palestinian-Muslim-American born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. She is the co-founder of the first Muslim online organizing platform, MPower Change and co-founder of Until Freedom.

Sarsour was one of the national co-chairs of the largest single day protest in US history, the Women’s March on Washington. She has been named amongst 500 of the most influential Muslims in the world. She was recognized as one of Fortune’s 50 Greatest Leaders and featured as one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world.

Sarsour has been honored by entities across the world for her commitment and human rights work including the Daughter of Greatness Award from the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. She is a Senior Fellow at Auburn Seminary and serves on the Solidarity Council on Racial Equity at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

She is the author of, “We Are Not Here to Be Bystanders: A Memoir of Love & Resistance” and “We’re In This Together,” a young reader edition. She is most recognized for her transformative intersectional organizing work and movement building.

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