Blair Imani gained notoriety when she was arrested in Baton Rouge in July 2016 for protesting the killing of Alton Sterling, but her activism stems far beyond that. Imani’s main focus is the intersection of Black and Muslim identity, particularly for women. She currently works full time for Planned Parenthood in New York, and is also the founder of Equality for HER (Health, Education, and Rights), which works to "generate awareness about issues affecting the global femme community" by “providing free educational resources about nuanced subjects including interpersonal violence, gender diversity, representation in media.”