First Name : Blair

Last Name : Imani

Approx. Age : 30

State : California

INSTAGRAM : @blairimani


Blair Elizabeth Imani, formerly Blair Brown, (DOB: 10/31/93) is a queer, bi-sexual Muslim who was arrested at a 2016 riot in Baton Rouge. Despite the fact she claims to be queer, she has a male "partner", Akeem Muhammad, who was arrested with her at the riot. Imani and her boyfriend were later plaintiffs in a suit against the city that netted a $1.16 mil. payday. One publication called her one of the most prominent activists in the U.S. which is probably a bit of an exaggeration. She's a published author who wrote "Modern HERstory: Stories of Women and Nonbinary People Rewriting History". She's so smart, she wrote a book titled, "Read This to Get Smarter". She hawks makeup, apparently mostly to white women, on her website. Imani has been an activist since she was a student at LSU. She converted to Islam in 2015, the same year she dropped out of law school, and changed her name to Imani because it's one of the days of Kwanza. Next to Shaun King, she has to be the whitest black activist to ever walk this earth. In some photos she looks positively Caucasian. Imani was living in Baton Rouge at the time of the riot but later moved to Pasadena, CA.

Posted By : Anonymous in April 2024
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