Welcome to the 20th Annual Allied Media Conference!

Browse all 300+ sessions below on our online schedule. Please note: bookmarking a session on our online schedule does not guarantee you a place in the session. All sessions are first come, first serve.

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Fatou-Seydi Sarr

Seydi Sarr, is the founder and Executive Director of ABISA (African Bureau for Immigration and Social Affairs) a nonprofit that helps African and Black Immigrants in Metro-Detroit to know their rights, access resources, become invested and civically engaged. A Senegalese native, Seydi is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Social Work (BSW) and Marygrove School of Social Justice (M.A. SJ).
Her passion for social equity drives her commitment to advocacy for the intersectionality of religious, racial, immigration, socio-economy and gender issues. A mother, Social Justice advocate and Human Rights activist in the Detroit metropolitan immigrant community, Seydi is a court interpreter, a filmmaker and teaches weekly African dance classes in the city. Seydi proudly describe herself as an African Immigrant Black Muslim Woman.