Farah Tanis is a New York City-based feminist activist and co-founder and Executive Director of the Black Women's Blueprint. She attended the 2017 Women's March to raise awareness on the trafficking of black women. Having experienced physical and sexual abuse as a child, Tanis began working in activism on behalf of women around 1993, running a women's shelter before founding Black Women's Blueprint. She was one of the organizers of the 2017 March for Black Women in Washington D.C.
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