“To stop hate I'm working to make the law and the legal profession accessible to all while also making sure to build spaces for healing and community. Imagine a world where we all know our rights and protect each other from any violation!"
- Obrian Miguel Rosario
And don't forget "anything worthwhile is done together"- Mariame Kaba
Obrian Miguel Rosario is an Afro-Latino organizer, community legal worker, and storyteller hailing from Queens, NY. Obrian has been working with IntegrateNYC, a youth-led organization fighting to dismantle segregation in NYC public schools, to organize and activate 1.1 million students. Obrian specializes in campaign creation, community building, and outreach as he has served in the official role of Director of Branding and Director of Mobilization at the organization. He has sat on panels, lobbied to elected officials, designed and launched campaigns like #RetireSegregation, been highlighted for his work in the NYTimes, and published an OP-ED in the daily news. His advocacy journey has led him to his current position as Executive Director of Outreach at the Peer Defense Project, an intergenerational movement lawyering shop that seeks to support and build youth power in NYC. Obrian is currently enrolled at Howard University where he is a part of the inaugural 3+3 B.A/ J.D joint degree program.
As featured last week in Women's Wear Daily, featuring our collaboration with In Kidz Co. for the STOP HATE box. This campaign was shot remotely and Stacy Igel asked each activist what color means to them and what stop hate means to them. With this data, she joined forces with the new app QMocha Brew to help each ambassador to use color to communicate their emotional response to hate.