Rachael Ibrahim

Consultant, Trainer, and facilitator in Brooklyn, New York

Rachael Ibrahim

Consultant, Trainer, and facilitator in Brooklyn, New York

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My name is Rachael Ibrahim. I’m a facilitator and community activist. A graduate of Hunter College School of Social Work, I have earned my Master’s in Social WOrk Community Organizing. And my mission is to free our society of oppression (racism, sexism and transphobia etc.) Creating change by globally by using anti-racist and anti oppression frameworks.

For over 10 years I have been actively committed and involved in community organizing, training and facilitating. As a trainer I have been to a number of universities/colleges and non-for profit organizations. When I enter a training room I give the trainees the skills, resources and tools to identify structural racism in our society and how its impact our community. My interest in the African Diaspora and the arts has driven me to create social change locally and globally. My work includes and is not limited to:

- Co-facilitating a process do delve deeper in to the topic of oppression in order to end Child Sexual Abuse.

-Volunteer with NYCHA to help residence of New York find and maintain housing.

-Facilitated a trip to Ghana west Africa with an intergenerational group of women named the Sankofa Sisters.

-Created an in depth cirrocumuli and trained on topics such as: Identity and Oppression, Coalition Building, Political Campaigns and Leadership Development at Hunter College.

My dedication to justice and grassroots organizing has led me to work closely with the Venceremos Brigade.